The "Fancy" hitmaker abruptly unfollowed Cardi B on Twitter earlier this week, and she has drawn the attention of fans once more by deleting every picture she had previously published on photo-sharing app Instagram.
Iggy made the social media moves shortly after Cardi became tied up in headlines on Wednesday for suggesting her success has paved the way for more female rappers to be signed by major labels in the music industry.
"Like before me, there was no female rapper that was signed to a label, well, you know the ones that had already been established. Nobody was signing them," Cardi said during an interview on Tidal's Rap Radar podcast. "And now, everybody's just signing them if you could rap, and you got a couple of followers because nobody want to miss the opportunity (sic)."
Iggy has yet to comment on the Cardi feud speculation or explain why she decided to wipe her Instagram profile clean.