New York rappers Safaree Samuels and Nicki Minaj are out here looking like crazed exes. The former couple have lit up social media with endless disses toward one another.

Safaree appeared to strike first by calling out Nicki for going at his “Love & Hip Hop” pal DJ Self.

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Nicki didn’t waste any time and unloaded her own fire.

In May, Nicki Minaj hit up Twitter to reveal her past romances and getting asked multiple times to tie the knot.

Back in April, Safaree revealed his distanced relationship with Nicki and questioned if he made the right decision leaving her.

“Me and her haven’t spoken in four and a half years. Yeah. I be counting. I wouldn’t say [we’d] get back, because I don’t know if – it’s just different. Of course [I still love her]. Just like, cordial. I don’t want beef with nobody. I don’t want nobody hating me. I’m at a point in my life where life’s way too short and you can lose life like that and it just don’t make no sense to be like, ‘Damn, I wish I could have told this person I loved them,’ or ‘Yo, have a nice day.’ … I did something the other day with BET and I was saying I felt like me walking away, I was kinda like, fed up and gave up. … I wonder if I made the right choice or not because it’s so hard out here. Before the poison got any worse – I just was like, yo, let me just step away from it.” (Hot 97)

A few weeks prior, Safaree talked about learning Nicki kissed rapper Nas when he briefly stepped away at her 2012 “Right By My Side” video shoot.

“I was there,” Safaree initially said when asked about Nicki Minaj and Nas kissing in the “Right By My Side” video in 2012. “You wanna know what’s so crazy? I didn’t know what happened until the video came out. I ain’t gonna lie. N*gga, I was hurt when that sh*t happened because before that I was able to be like, ‘Yeah, okay, cool. You gave Drake a lap dance, great. Lil Wayne. That was whatever. I was there the whole day and I was like, ‘D*mn. Did that happen when I left?'” (“Easily Offended”)