For those who forgot, the feud goes all the way back to early 2017, when Wale took aim at the conservative commentator in his politically charged "Smile" track. The DMV rapper trolled Lahren by deliberately misnaming her "Tammy," which sparked a number of back-and-forths over the following year.
The bizarre beef was revived Monday with the release of "Good Vibes (Za)," a Wale record in which he, once again, referred to Lahren by the wrong name. It's worth noting he took a similar jab at Black conservative Candace Owens.
"Cool story whole country been cold blooded," he rapped. "Tell Tammy Lawrence and Candice O'Neal it's nothing."
Days after the record dropped, Lahren took to Twitter with another sarcastic, but weak response:
Shortly after, Wale explained to Lahren he was simply "documenting history," and suggested she was on the same side as those who stormed the U.S. Capitol this month:
Lahren has yet to respond to Wale's latest tweet. And here's to hoping she never does.