The feud between Nick Minaj and Cardi B continued on social media on Monday before the pair decided to call it quits.

On the latest episode of Minaj’s Queen Radio show on Apple Beats 1, the rapper discussed her fight with Cardi at the Harper’s Bazaar ICONS party during New York Fashion Week in September. She claimed the Bronx native was attacked by her friend and former Love & Hip Hop New York cast member Rah Ali and not by security, as reported two months ago. Although, Minaj mentioned that her cameraman recorded the altercation, she offered – $100,000 for the alleged footage.

Cardi had enough of the claims by the “Barbie Dreams” rapper and addressed her in a series of Instagram videos.

First, Cardi hit back at Minaj’s fashion week claims. “You lie so much you can’t keep up with your f***in’ lies. First, you say you’ve got the footages, but then you say you wanna pay somebody $100,000 if they give you the footages? Yo, make sense when you’re talking!”

The Queen rapper brought up her issues with “Motorsport,” a Migos’ song featuring both women. Minaj felt slighted after being called out for not appearing in scenes with Cardi and by the “Bodak Yellow” rapper revealing that veteran rapper’s verse was re-recorded. Cardi shared her call log to prove that she attempted to talk to Minaj about the matter.

“On Oct. 22, this was your number. I called you twice and you didn’t answer,” Cardi said pointing to her phone.

Minaj also stated that Cardi didn’t allow her husband, Offset, and 21 Savage to film a video for their collaborative track, “No Flag,” which was produced by London On Da Track.

She then said – 21 Savage didn’t appear on the remix of “Krippy Kush,” a popular song produced by Rvssian featuring reggaeton artists Farruko and Bad Bunny, because of his alliance with the “Taki Taki” rapper.

Cardi debunked the claim stating that she didn’t “have the power” to do those things and revealed she didn’t know Bunny, who is featured on her song, “I Like It,” during the recording process for “Krippy Kush.”

The 26-year-old then shared an alleged message from the “Krippy Kush” producer verifying that she had nothing to do with Savage not appearing on the song.

The new-mom proceeded to say that Minaj and other people in her camp leaked her number to the Barbz, the cult following of the Young Money rapper, which led to a number of messages threatening Cardi and her baby, Kulture.

The Fashion Nova endorser continued to present proof against the claims made by Minaj. She also alleged that the “Chun-Li” rapper’s Diesel campaign and  “Woman Like Me,” Minaj’s pop collab with the group Little Mix, were initially sent to her.

Both women claimed to be over talking about the issues between them. “I’m tired of talking about it too,” Cardi said. “I’m tired of the f***ing whole internet s**t [and] I’m tired of the interview s**t. If you really wanna talk about it, you know where to link me. … We can talk about it, or we can fight it out. I’m with whatever.”

The “Money” rapper doubled down on always supporting Minaj and her music even before experiencing success herself. “When you pull up my videos you see that I’m always showing you respect because you’re somebody I listen to since I was in high school,”

Minaj later responded to Cardi’s videos with a series of tweets. “I’ll pay you to take a lie detector test and about every claim I made on #QueenRadio,” she wrote. “ORRR we can both sit in a room together, hear a beat for the first time, and have ourselves FILMED WRITING TO IT!!!!!!”

Although Minaj brought the issue back into the spotlight, she ended her message saying she wanted to focus on positivity. “I know this stuff is entertaining & funny to a lot of people but I won’t be discussing this nonsense anymore,” she wrote.

Cardi screenshotted the tweet and added, “Alright then! Let’s keep it positive and keep it pushing!”