Miley Cyrus sent Twitter into a frenzy on Saturday after mentioning Disney friends Selena Gomez and Demi Lovato in her latest tease for her new track, “Cattitude.” The singer has been teasing her new music since the beginning of the month, but her tweet involving Gomez and Lovato has made the most noise so far.

On May 25, Cyrus performed her classic song “We Can’t Stop” on BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend and debuted three new tracks from her upcoming seventh studio album, “Dream,” “Mother’s Daughter” and “Cattitude.” Of the three tracks, the most highly anticipated is “Cattitude” as it makes mention of two of the most famous feuds in the music scene.

Coming off her upcoming album “She Is Coming,” “Cattitude” features the lyrics “I love you Nicki [Minaj], but I listen to Cardi [B].” It can be recalled that Nicki Minaj and Cardi B made headlines in 2015 after their highly publicized feud at the MTV VMAs.

Shortly after Cyrus’ performance of the song on BBC Radio, fans have started spreading incredible memes of the song, changing up the words “Nicki” and “Cardi” to different feuding artists. “I love you Miley, but I listen to Ariana,” one Twitter user wrote. “I love you Hannah but I listen to Mikaila,” another Twitter user wrote, referring to Cyrus and Gomez’s respective characters in “Hannah Montana.”

Joining the fun, Cyrus made up her own song, changing up the lyrics to poke fun at the double life of her former character on “Hannah Montana.” “I love you Miley but I listen to Hannah,” she wrote. Another variation she made also suggested how much she loves Ariana Grande's music. “I love me but I listen to Ari [Ariana],” she wrote.

Cyrus went on to mention her old friends Gomez and Lovato. “I love you Selena but I listen to Demi,” she wrote, tagging both Gomez and Lovato. She accompanied her tweet with a GIF of her dancing and swaying her hips from side to side. The tweet immediately spread like wildfire on Twitter, getting more than 13,000 retweets and 90,000 likes as of Monday morning.

Cyrus, Gomez and Lovato have been friends for more than a decade. All three singers started as Disney stars who eventually ventured into the music industry and became three of the best-selling artists of their generation.

Miley Cyrus and Demi Lovato US actresses Miley Cyrus (L) and Demi Lovato greet each other after arriving in London's Leicester Square, on April 23, 2009, to attend the British Premiere of Cyrus's latest film, Hannah Montana. MAX NASH/AFP/Getty Images