Nicki Minaj is not here for the ghostwriting talk. The Young Money rapper released three new tracks last week, including "Regret in Your Tears," which finds the Queens rapper detailing a relationship gone bad. Some on Twitter are speculating that PartyNextDoor is the penman behind the song, which Minaj is vehemently denying.

The hubbub started yesterday (March 10), when the OVO crooner started liking people's tweets who were praising him for ghostwriting the track. In one tweet in particular, a Twitter user captioned an ad for the song, "awaits @partynextdoor reference track."

Early this morning, Nicki hopped on Twitter to clear the air. "Party Next Door had NOTHING to do w/ #RegretInYourTears," she posted. "Nigga aint never heard that song a day in his life . Bless y'all heart. ‍♀️"

She later added, "Not sure why he was 'liking' tweets. Maybe it was just 'funny' to him. Maybe he was...'hacked'. Lol. Either way. ‍♀️ - #DisTewMuch FOH ."

Party is known for his pen game, having co-wrote DJ Khaled's "The Shining" featuring Beyonce and Jay Z, and Rihanna's "Work," among other songs.

Back in September, he implied that he was curving his own project because of his ghostwriting slate.

But Nicki is having no parts of anyone trying to act like they helped her with her music. Especially after this.

Earlier this year, the two appeared together on the Major Lazer track "Run Up."

Check out PND and Nicki's Twitter action on the matter below.

Read Nicki Minaj's Tweets Calling Out PartyNextDoor for Ghostwriting Insinuations