Megan Thee Stallion's ever-relatable "f**k you" rings made their second coming during the American Music Awards on Sunday.

The rapper took the stage to accept the award for hit single "WAP," which won favorite rap/hip-hop song. 

The lavish ring set was first seen amid a fascinating public vilification after she was allegedly shot by singer Tory Lanez. The rings spell out “f**k you” in glittering diamonds across seven fingers.

"I can’t believe I be getting away with these FUCK YOU rings everywhere," Megan wrote on Instagram. "'WAP' won favorite rap/ hip hop song tonight."

Fans were quite receptive to the jewelry's reemergence.

"iight iight throw a (❕) on the other pinky," one Instagram user wrote.

"Love them. I need those rings," another commented.

The 25-year-old musician first showcased her rings on Instagram shortly after she was allegedly shot by Lanez earlier this year.  

"Dear haters," she wrote in the post, complete with two middle finger emojis.

According to Page Six, the accessories are valued at $200,000. Designed by jeweler to the stars, Elliot Eliantte, the bling features about 18 carats of all-natural VS1 diamonds, totaling 126 carats, set in 14K white gold.

“Megan had a message she wanted to get out and this was the format she decided to go with,” a rep told Page Six.

The artist has also displayed a $425,000 "Hot Girl" necklace during the summer, which was produced by the same designer. Megan wore the necklace while recovering from the shooting incident which left her with gunshot wounds on both feet, Page Six reported.

The "Girls In The Hood" rapper has continued to grind after releasing her joint song "WAP" over the summer.

As Blavity previously reported, Megan delivered another hit when she released a music video for the song, "Body" on Friday. The song was inspired by the weight she picked up during quarantine.

"I'm like walking around the living room, freestyling and appreciating my quarantine body 'cause I feel like I got a little fluffy and thick, and I was like, 'Baby I still look good,'" the rapper said. 

Self-love is awfully becoming.