In this day and age of Hip Hop culture if you’re a rapper and don’t share, comment, or even like a post or tweet of your peers’ new material, it’s automatically seen as beef.

City Girls caught heat for exactly that when several Cardi B stans noticed the duo didn’t put any tweet or post up about Cardi’s salacious new single with Megan Thee Stallion titled “WAP.” The duo isn’t letting any of the cyber bullies get the best of them though as they clapped back at their critics.

“What is there to talk about,” JT tweeted early Friday morning in response to a Cardi B fan page that mentioned in a since-deleted tweet how quiet her and Yung Miami were. Yung Miami chimed in with her own tweet claiming Cardi never showed support when they dropped new music and told the critics they’re not here for the bullying tactics.

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“Bitch and I openly supported Cardi plenty of times but what y’all not finna do is bully a bitch NEXT,” she tweeted in response to another tweet that mentioned how Cardi showed supported when JT was serving time. “& idgaf I’m tired of y’all making a bitch look like a hater y’all NOT finna fake bully us today I’m tired,” Yung Miami added.

JT had more to say as she commented on how fan pages need to stop targeting people and mentioned she’s not required to publicly show support, especially when the song is but a few hours old. She even went further and sent the Cardi B fan pages an invitation in the most disrespectful way possible.

“Y’all fan pages need to eat a big FAT dick!” she wrote in one tweet. “I’m known to show love! Y’all fan pages be trying to fake bully shit who tf are y’all?”

It’s interesting to note Cardi mentioned how important it is for female rappers to support each other during her conversation with Nadeska Alexis on Apple Music’s New Music Daily.

“I feel like people be wanting to put female artists against each other. It’s the people that be trying to do that shit,” said Cardi. “Every single time I feel like there’s a female artist that’s coming up, coming up, coming up and it’s getting they mainstream moment, I always see like little slick comments like, ‘Oh, they taking over your spot. They taking over this. They taking over that.’ And it just makes me feel like, damn, why it had to be like that?”

Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion unleashed their highly anticipated single “WAP” at midnight on Friday along with an accompanying video that’s been getting all types of responses on Twitter.