It's been a tumultuous month for women in hip hop. Last week, Lil Kim was the target of social media slurs after fans, and

50 Cent, accused her of insulting Nicki Minaj on her "Plan B (Remix)" verse of Megan Thee Stallion. 

Although Kim has denied the allegations, things got more intense for Minaj fans after Nicki

released her long-awaited remix version to "Super Freaky Girl" featuring JT, City Girls, BIA, Katie Got Bandz, Akbar V and Maliibu Mitch.

They even accused Megan of "encouraging abortion" after Nicki criticized an unidentified female rapper for trying

to force her to drink during her pregnancy. Thee Stallion has since denied the allegations, however, the drama

with the rap girls is still raging. Cardi B apparently addressed the issue on Twitter. "This shit is tiresome, old and redundant," she tweeted.

"Same formula, DIFFERENT YEAR = start chaos, drama and then promote their shit. I actually 

have a life outside of my house and Twitter. Bye." Although Cardi didn't mention anyone in particular, she 

followed up the tweet by insisting that anyone who had issues with her should tag her directly on social media.