Remy Ma can't resist taking a little jab at Nicki Minaj.

The two rappers' ongoing "feud" (or whatever it is at this point) continued at the 2017 MTV Video Music Awards. Remy was tapped as one of the night's co-hosts, and she decided to reference an infamous Nicki VMA moment on the air.

As the show was cutting to commercial break, and after her co-host Terrence J announced 30 Seconds to Mars would be up next to perform their new single, Remy decided to drop a line for Nicki.

"The 2017 MTV VMAs are back in two minutes," Remy enthusiastically announced, presumably on-script, before ad-libbing: "Nicki--what's good?"

Of course, the line was spoken onstage at the 2015 VMAs by Nicki, when she decided to call out that year's VMA host, Miley Cyrus, after Cyrus criticized Nicki in a New York Times interview published a few weeks prior.

In case you've somehow missed, Nicki and Remy have had bad blood all year--with Remy slamming the rapper in the well-received "ShETHER" back in February. Things have been ongoing since then, with songs (some bad, some worse) and feisty social media posts from both rappers.

Taking the stage to give the audience a rendition of the hit "Swish Swish," Nicki was announced as closing the show, performing alongside host Katy Perry.

Check out some of the reactions to Remy's lil dig.

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