Rap queens Doja Cat and Nicki Minaj have officially ended their feud by dropping a collaborative remix of Doja's viral hit "Say So."

Doja Cat confirmed the remix Thursday night, posting a snippet of the track to her socials. In the caption, Doja wrote, "You asked for it."

Earlier today, Doja Cat finally unleashed the remix. On the new cut, Nicki delivers a slick verse, rapping, “They don't understand the bag talk, I'm foreign/ When they think they top the queen, they start fallin.'" Stream the "Say So" remix below.

Last month, some die-hard Doja and Nicki fans became embroiled in a war of words on social media earlier this month. Things escalated after Doja came to the defense of a fan and referred to toxic elements of Minaj’s Twitter fanbase as "scum."

However, it looks like the "Juicy" singer and Mrs. Petty are squashing the rumors that there is bad blood between them. And to put it mildly, fans are thrilled. Scroll down to see some reactions to the upcoming collab.

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