Nicki Minaj just went all the way in on Miley Cyrus during her latest episode of Queen Radio.

During Friday's (June 21) broadcast of her Beats 1 radio show, the "Megatron" rapper had something to get off her chest in response to Cyrus' shady lyric on her 2019 track "Cattitude" — "I love you Nicki, but I listen to [Cardi B]" — including some damaging allegations against the former Disney Channel star.

"A Perdue Chicken can never talk s--t about queens," Minaj said of Cyrus. "But I do know there's a lot of Perdue chickens recently that's been trying to say a queen's name for clout, and that's always been happening — and that's what she did in the first place. And then she cried, you know, the White girl cry and made Black girls seem like she was a bad guy."

"She disrespected me in a magazine article for no reason. I had just seen her after she was sucking [Mike WiLL Made It's] d--k in the studio," Minaj added, referring to the DJ who executive-produced Cyrus' Bangerz album. “You sucked all that d--k, only to come out looking like a Perdue f--king chicken on stage, and then got mad and went back to country music. Sit yo’ stupid a-- down.”

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Minaj's tension with Cyrus all started with the "Younger Now" singer's 2015 New York Times interview, in which she was quoted calling Minaj "not too kind," as it related to her feud with Taylor Swift at the time.

The "Chung-Li" emcee clapped back at Cyrus during the VMAs that same year while accepting her Best Hip-Hop Video award at the ceremony. “Back to this b---h that had a lot to say about me the other day in the press," Minaj said, following with the now-notorious motto, "Miley, what’s good?”

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