Nicki Minaj and Cardi B’s truce lasted for [checks notes] less than a month.

At the end of October, the two rappers decided to call it quits after an explosive episode of Queen Radio and Cardi’s 10-video Instagram rant. But as we expected, it was only temporary.

First things first, Nicki allegedly sneak-dissed Cardi once again in her verse for “MAMA” on 6ix9ine’s debut album DUMMY BOY. She raps: “I was out in Spain rockin’ a Medusa head/I ain’t never have to give a rap producer head/If I do, though, I’ma write a book like Supahead/This ain’t wonder that I’m makin’, this that super bread/Splish, splash, fuck him in a hurry, quick, fast.”

Fans of both rappers tried to put two and two together after Cardi “responded” to the verse by denying she ever slept with DJ Self, her former co-star on Love & Hip Hop. Nicki never mentions Self in the song, so this feels like a stretchhhh, but worth noting.  

“Nah, I never fucked a DJ on God. I dealt with scammers. Drug dealers. I’ve dealt with some bum ass n***as but I never fucked me a DJ,” Cardi said on IG. “I know what y’all gonna ask me and I addressed this a whole lot of times, ‘Didn’t you fuck Self?’ No, I never fucked Self. I never been in a relationship with Self. I never flirted with Self.”

But the real tea is Nicki asking the two women planning to sue Cardi, Baddie Gi and Jade, to star in her music video for “Good Form,” something 6ix9ine was actually planning to do. Cardi turned herself into the NYPD in early October over alleged misdemeanor assault charges related to the sisters. The charges stem from an attack at the Angels Strip Club, where Migos were performing. Cardi allegedly ordered an attack on the two bartenders after accusing Jade of sleeping with her husband Offset. Both women were hurt.

In mid-August, Jade claimed five people in the rapper’s crew “viciously attacked her, grabbing her hair, punching her, and hitting her with an ashtray,” while she was working. The sisters also allege a second attack took place later that month, on Aug. 29, where Cardi’s people attacked by “throwing bottles and chairs at them causing serious injuries that required medical attention.”

Nicki talked about the alleged attack during her last episode of Queen Radio. Obviously the video could have been filmed before she and Cardi decided to call a truce, but this looks shady af. Nicki also tagged them in a photo from the video shoot—so yeah, the feud is definitely back on.

To make matters worse, Meek Mill's fantastic new album CHAMPIONSHIPS dropped today, and one of the tracks features Cardi. There's no doubt Nicki feels some type of way about her nemesis teaming up with her ex. Stay tuned.