Queen Naija has responded to Lil Mo's controversial interview with The Breakfast Club.

"I know when I’m pregnant – and I got a lot of kids – I don’t sing. The backstory is, John P. Kee is my uncle, that’s how I got started in the gate. That’s who’s suing her now for stealing his old melody…but then when she was talking crazy about my uncle, talkin’ bout, ‘Well tell him we need to go preach the gospel song.’ Woah woah, we not doing that! Since when was it okay to disrespect the legends and the OGs?" she said.

"And because, I know a lot of higher ups – and it’s a lot of people who still respect my opinion that you may not see on the regular basis – they’ll tell me, ‘Her team treats people a certain way if they found that you’re of importance or of you someone of status, then they’ll be nice to you, but if you’re just regular, they not gone speak. But then I was like, ‘Yo, shawty, if you get up there–’ and I would have been like, ‘Nah, let me just sing my song and do my set. Y’all can save this cypher until I have this baby cause my diaphragm ain’t right’ Cause clearly it look like she ain’t wanna be there."

But the "Karma" singer wasn't impressed with Mo's words and called her out, responding to TSR's post that she heard at least two lies.

Last year, Lil' Mo took shots at Naija's Soul Train Awards performance, saying:

"Maybe the pregnancy is prohibiting singing from the bottom of her PIT. Maybe she should've war cried or just sat this one out until her seasoning is to its fullest savor," she wrote. I believe she can reach her fullest vocal potential outside of its mediocrity... I don't care how old, washed up singer I am. B*tch I'll sing b*tches into their grave and out of it..."

The feud does not show any signs of ending soon.