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The verbal back and forth between female rappers Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion nearly hit a fevered pitch last night.

Cardi B is now openly clapping back at Megan, who's been dropping subliminals against Cardi - for using ghost writers to write her songs.

The beef started last weekend, when Megan and her friend Asian Doll shaded Cardi on Instagram to start the beef. Here's what Asian Doll wrote:

Megan liked the above Tweet, after hundreds of fans agreed that it was meant as a dig against Cardi B - the top female rapper in the game.

Yesterday, Megan dropped more subliminals on Cardi, during her interview on Sway & The Morning's show. She was talking about female rappers with ghostwriters, and Megan said:

"I think that writing is super important if you want to be that person known for your bars and known as an actual 'rapper-rapper.' If that's something that's important to you then, hell yeah, you need to be writing," stated Megan.

"But if you're an entertainer and you're somebody that's just getting the party going, I don't think it matters as long as the people are listening to it and they're rocking with it. You're just making feel-good music. So if it took ten of y'all to put the song together [and] the song came out live, that's y'all business."

Well Cardi B took to Twitter last night, to straighten Megan out. Cardi claims that she does in fact  write most of her songs. Look: