The rapper made the accusation after the "Tiger King" star called her out for using big cats in her music video with Megan Thee Stallion.
The rapper said on Instagram that comments he made about them were misunderstood and that he would “never disrespect them by any means.”
"She looked like she was listening to your music. ... You should stick up for her," the rapper said.
In one fan-made meme, the “How To Get Away with Murder” star's likeness was superimposed onto Kylie Jenner.
The use of big cats in the song's music video made the Big Cat Rescue CEO take paws.
"How many trending hashtags have we seen? These hashtags keep freaking repeating themselves," said the rapper in a video posted on social media.
“The thing is, honey, you don’t need the Democrats to make you look bad, you make your own self look bad,” the rapper said of Trump’s habit of blaming others.
"The middle class, the poor ― they not getting treated like... celebrities. They’re not getting their f**king coronavirus results the next day,” the rapper said.
The rapper shared her fears about the pandemic on Instagram, telling her fans that she "ain't gonna front."
The K-pop supergroup joined James Corden for "The Late Late Show" bit.