Beloved rapper CupcakKe had a lot to say on her latest track, a remix of the timeless 50 Cent hit, "How To Rob." On the remix, she names most of the biggest women in rap right now including Cardi B, Megan Thee Stallion, Mulatto, Lizzo, Flo Milli, Sada Baby and others. 

"If you hear your name, it's all motherf**king love, don't take s**t personal," CupcakKe says as the beat starts. Throughout the nearly two-minute song, CupcakKe expertly mimics many of the rappers' flows and intonation while dissing them.

"City Girls leakin' like a, 'Period!' when I pistol whip 'em out they Birkin. Open up the bag, give me everything you got. Run up on Megan like, 'Give me your funds' and you can't even run 'cause you just got shot," she rapped. "Is that Tory Lanez or is that Too Short? You know it ain't shit to catch Lil Baby, all I gotta do is have one, two hoes on deck. Runnin' through your party just so I can find Cardi, like, 'Bitch, I'm finna give you your old teeth back."

While some fans were taken aback by the disses at some of their faves, others lauded CupcakKe for taking part in the time-honored tradition of dissing rap peers. 

In her version, CupcakKe takes vulgar shots at rappers like DaBaby, Young M.A., Sukihana, City Girls, Lil' Kim, Chief Keef, G Herbo, Sada Baby, DreamDoll and many more. 

Some lines, like "Catch Lizzo and drag her out the food court," did cause some backlash online. But CupcakKe defended herself and said it was a time-honored tradition in hip-hop to take aim at your peers. 

"I think it's a beautiful thing & any one upset with it it's just use to the mediocre. Understand it's not male rappers complaining it's female rappers . Sit back & enjoy talent at its finest & for the last time it's all love to all the rappers mentioned. Don't be sensitive," she wrote on Twitter.

Many of the responses online were hilarious.

Some thanked her for trying to bring competition back to rap. 

Fans are already excited to see who may respond first. None of the rappers named have mentioned the song, but the rapper was trending on Twitter this week so most must have seen it. 

The original song, which was 50 Cent's first hit in 1999, caused a similar amount of controversy at the time.

On the original, which was featured on his first album and the soundtrack for the film In Too Deep, he hilariously discussed how he plans to rob musicians like JAY-Z, Lil' Kim, Diddy, Bobby Brown, Whitney Houston, Ol' Dirty Bastard, Foxy Brown, Stevie J, Big Pun, Will Smith, Jada Pinkett Smith, Timbaland, Missy Elliott, Jermaine Dupri, Da Brat, DMX and much of Wu-Tang Clan.

At the time, most rappers released their own responses and since then, many like JAY-Z have said they actually loved the song and the idea behind it.