Wale and Tomi Lahren are duking it on social media yet again, following comments JAY-Z made about Donald Trump during his appearance on CNN’s The Van Jones Show.

Appearing on the premiere of The Van Jones Show over the weekend, JAY referred to the president as “a superbug.”

Shortly after the airing of the interview (and Trump’s own response), the Fox News contributor expressed her distaste for Hov’s remarks, and attempted to turn the tables on the Brooklyn legend.

“As opposed to you who raps about bitches and sisters and brags about selling crack. Yeah…Trump is the problem…sure,” Lahren tweeted, sharing an image featuring the quote as well as another with Trump’s rebuttal.

Not one to pass up a good schooling, Wale fired back at Lahren over Twitter.

“Tammy he isn’t the president . Also weren’t you just “rapping” 21 Savage???.. go and sit down my friend,” Wale tweeted on Sunday (January 28).

Lahren soon struck back, bringing up JAY’s support of Hillary Clinton, despite her past “super predator” comments.

“Hey bud, good to hear from you again. Missed your Twitter presence. So anyway…no Jay-Z is not the president but he did campaign for Hillary pretty heavily. Ya know, the woman famous for her “super predator” agenda. Ironic, right?,” she wrote.

The last time Wale and Tomi Lahren were at odds with one another, Lahren attempted to slander the D.C. rapper over his inability to get her “fricken name right” on his “Smile” record.