It hasn't exactly been smooth sailing of late for one of rap's premiere power couples, and now Chicago rapper King Yella has thrown yet another wrench into the relationship between Cardi B and Migos' Offset.

Yella posted a video on Instagram on Jan. 6 of what appears to be a phone conversation between he and Offset in which the Atlanta rapper threatens him over claims Yella made about a previous relationship with Cardi.


In a freestyle called "Cardi B Truth" over the beat to Offset's Metro Boomin-produced "Ric Flair Drip," Yella claimed to have been with the "Bodak Yellow" rapper before she met her now fiancé.

He continued to egg Offset on in a series of Instagram posts:
 

 

@iamcardib bardi 💯

A post shared by BIG DADDY YELLA 💰 (@kingyella74_) on Dec 29, 2017 at 12:02pm PST



 

 

We all rocked and rolled 💯

A post shared by BIG DADDY YELLA 💰 (@kingyella74_) on Jan 3, 2018 at 11:14pm PST


 

 

Gangshit never lane switch 💯

A post shared by BIG DADDY YELLA 💰 (@kingyella74_) on Jan 3, 2018 at 10:15am PST


Yella also spouted off about the couple on Instagram Live, criticizing Offset for talking about the Gangster Disciples and Cardi for calling him a "bozo" and a "goofy."

In October 2017, Offset proposed to Cardi during Power 99's Powerhouse show in Philadelphia. Since then, Offset's phone was hacked, and an explicit video was leaked online, spurring allegations that he was unfaithful. Cardi publicly warned him about cheating again during a performance in late December, saying, "You do that shit again, you gon’ lose your wife."

Even The Maury Show tried to get in on the action by tweeting Cardi to see if she wanted Offset to take a lie detector test. A woman claimed to have been impregnated by Offset, which prompted reported legal action from Cardi and the Migos MC to state that the woman, Celina Powell, was trying to extort him.

Twitter was quick to weigh in on the latest drama circling rap's newest star couple.

In the meantime, "MotorSport," the Migos, Nicki Minaj, and Cardi B collaboration currently sits at No. 7 on the Billboard Hot 100, while Cardi's new single, "Bartier Cardi," which features plenty of explicit mentions of Offset, debuted at No. 14.