In a new song called "Cattitude," Cyrus addressed the bad blood between Nicki Minaj and Cardi B, rapping: "I love you Nicki, but I listen to Cardi."
Watch footage of Cyrus' live debut of "Cattitude" below.
The pair famously came to blows last year after Cardi B allegedly threw a shoe at Minaj at a New York Fashion Week party; the former claims the latter made comments about her child, which Minaj firmly denied.
Minaj and Cyrus have had their own feud, too. Minaj called out Cyrus at the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards after Cyrus criticized Minaj for pointing out the award show's lack of black female nominees.
In 2017, Cyrus attempted to return to a "rootsy" sound with Younger Now, but said earlier this year that there would be more "hip-hop leaning records" on her next album.
It's an odd move by Cyrus, given her history of being accused of appropriating hip-hop culture — so, naturally, not everyone on Twitter thinks it's a good idea for her to be inserting herself into Minaj and Cardi's feud.
Miley Cyrus getting dragged cause she said she prefer Cardi over Nicki. This what happens when you try to profit off of black culture when your cowgirl era flops. pic.twitter.com/5FRlvjDgZS— ᴄʜᴇᴇᴛᴀʜ ɢɪʀʟ (@Sedatedhoodlum) May 25, 2019
miley is really a clout chaser...😭 7 rings went #1, she tried to compare it to 7 things, she gon tag drake in her ig post and now she tryna start a cardi vs nicki thing again...but that's y'all girl pic.twitter.com/AsUN5zmIUJ— kaila (@mobstied) May 25, 2019
It isn't nothing wrong with supporting an artist but you do not have to bring down another artist to do so. I'm so tired of the female rap beef. And it doesn't help when other ppl drag it along. Miley could have simply said she listens to cardi w/o naming Nicki.. #MileyCyrus pic.twitter.com/Mhqy1EDShl— Jasmine 💁🏽 (@Jbabyofficialxo) May 25, 2019
In addition to performing "Cattitude" this weekend, Cyrus also delivered the new songs "Mother's Daughter" and "Dream" — all of which may soon be collected on a new release called She Is Coming.
Full details have yet to be announced, but Cyrus shared the art for the new release featuring a photo of her in a cropped Sex Pistols shirt and a parental advisory warning, in addition to its Friday (May 31) release date. She also has launched a countdown clock on her website.
See her post below, as well as another teaser for She Is Coming.