It’s safe to say that Hip Hop power couple Nicki Minaj and Meek Mill didn’t end their relationship on the best terms.

Meek allegedly fed Remy Ma info on his ex for her “SHEther” diss track (although he later denied it) and the pair has traded subliminal and not-so-subliminal disses on Instagram.

Most recently, Nicki changed a line in her verse on Fergie’s new “You Already Know” song that had originally referenced him.

An early version of the track, which will appear on Fergie’s upcoming album Double Dutchess, was leaked back in July, and originally carried the line “Damn I ain’t seen Meek Mill-y in a week.” Minaj has dropped the reference to her ex-man altogether and simply changed it to “Damn, they ain’t seen Young Nicki in a week.”

The official audio for the new track was released last week (August 24).

Despite several references to his ex and their relationship on his July album, Wins & Losses, Meek told Hot 97’s Ebro In The Morning, “I be on some positive, grown-man, get-to-the-money type vibe,” adding, “What can you do? You gonna be Instagramming and Tweeting and throwing shots, popping shit forever?”

Fergie’s Double Dutchess album comes out September 22.