Beyonce's collaboration with DJ Khaled has everyone talking.
The singer joined her husband, Jay-Z, and Future on Khaled's "Top Off," which dropped online Friday morning. And her verse in the song sent Twitter into conspiracy theory mode over a few of the lyrics.
"If they're tryna party with the queen / They gon' have to sign a non-disclosure," she says at one point, in a line the Internet thought was directed at Haddish after the actress blabbed about meeting Bey at a party. In previous interviews with Vulture and TV One's "Uncensored," Haddish revealed Knowles talked her out of fighting with an unnamed actress who hit on Jay-Z.
"I was talking to Jay-Z for a little bit. And there was another actress that was there who was also talking to Jay-Z. She touched Jay-Z's chest and Beyonce came walking up like... 'Bittchhh!'" Haddish said last month. "But, she didn't say that. But her demeanor, her body from the way she walked up on them said, 'Get your hands off my man's chest.'"
Here's how the comedian reacted to the lyrics on Twitter:
But also know this I will fight for Beyoncé. I Love that woman she is a Gift from God.— Tiffany Haddish (@TiffanyHaddish) March 2, 2018
As for the potential Kim Kardashian shade, many are pointing to Beyonce rapping, "I break the Internet/Top two and I ain't number two."
Of course, #BreakTheInternet became a thing after Kim's infamous Paper Magazine cover from 2014. The line is also likely a reference to Bey taking the crown for Most Liked Instagram Photo of 2017, for her pregnancy announcement shot that garnered over 11 million likes.
Worth noting: that record was already beaten in 2018 by Kylie Jenner, whose birth announcement for daughter Stormi has over 17 million likes.