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From Lauren Jauregui to Cardi B, Here Are 7 Times Musicians Called Out Tomi Lahren

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Tomi Lahren speak onstage during the 2019 Politicon at Music City Center on Oct. 26, 2019 in Nashville.

Tomi Lahren is no stranger to celebrity feuds.

The conservative, pro-Trump commentator is often expressing her polarizing opinions on social media, which triggers heated responses from people on every side of the political spectrum. She also has a history of directly attacking musicians, who frequently clap back.

Remember when Cardi B threatened to "dog walk" Lahren? If not, we've compiled a list of seven times musical artists fired back at the controversial commentator's remarks. See below.

Lauren Jauregui

Lahren took to Twitter on Jan. 6 to give her thoughts on the massive crowd of rioters supporting President Donald Trump, who violently stormed the U.S. Capitol and sent the building into lockdown.

"Funny to see liberals suddenly so against protesting. Weird," she sarcastically tweeted, in reference to the powerful Black Lives Matter protests over the summer.

Jauregui, however, wasn't happy about Lahren's comparison of the Black community's fight for justice to the attack on the U.S. Capitol."Tammy shut the actual f--- up," the singer simply replied.

Cardi B

Cardi and Lahren got into a fiery back-and-forth at the start of 2019, which all began when the "Bodak Yellow" rapper shared her thoughts on the government shutdown in a scathing rant, pointing the finger at the GOP.

"Looks like @iamcardib is the latest genius political mind to endorse the Democrats. HA! Keep it up, guys. #MAGA2020," Lahren wrote. Cardi replied by threatening, "Leave me alone I will dog walk you."

For those who don't know what "dog walking" is, it essentially means to beat someone up.

"I'm sure you would. Still doesn't make your political rambling any less moronic," the Fox Nation host replied.

Cardi closed out the conversation by adding, "You’re so blinded with racism that you don’t even realize the decisions the president you root for is destroying the country you claim to love so much .You are a perfect example on no matter how educated or smart you think you are you still a SHEEP!"

Nicki Minaj

When the Fox Nation host scorned 21 Savage after he was detained by ICE authorities in 2019, Nicki was disgusted at the manner in how Lahren writes about hip-hop-related topics. "Your obsession w/our culture is scary to say the least. I hate giving you the attention you so desperately crave. Laughing @ ppl getting deported as if your ancestors discovered America. Are you Native American? You fkn clown," she tweeted.

Lahren replied, "When you’re in the country illegally, you get deported. I didn’t write the law and neither did ICE. They enforce it. I hope @21savage is able to get an entertainment visa or become a citizen one day. P.S. My ancestors did discover America."

Jay-Z

When Lahren slammed Hov's former drug-dealing days, the rapper incorporated her words into his verse on Pusha T's "Drug Dealers Anonymous."

"Your husband was a drug dealer, for 14 years he sold crack cocaine," Lahren's voice is heard on track, referencing Beyoncé. "14-year drug dealer and still counting/ Who deserves the medal of freedom is my accountant," Jay rapped back.

“I’ve got 99 problems but trust me, being on your rap ain’t one," Tomi responded to the 2016 track on Twitter.

The Game

The Game also chimed in on Lahren's remarks about 21 Savage. In a since-deleted Instagram post, the rapper shared a sexually explicit tirade. "@21savage gettin detained by ICE is not funny nor anything for ya middle of the mall clip in wearin’ hoe ass to be joking about," he wrote in a tamer section of the caption. "You the same dumb broad that was singin the lyrics to his song not along ago... now using his situation & the culture deep down you love so much for content on ya bum ass twitter page etc."

Wale

Wale's beef with Lahren started back in 2017, when he intentionally mispronounced her name on his song "Smile." "Maybe I should meet Tomi Lahren, I'll Lauryn Hill her/ Train her, she miseducated anyway, yeah/ Prolly hate the color of my face," he rapped.

“So if you're gonna put someone in a song...diss 'em.. perhaps get their fricken name right next time,” she tweeted back, to which Wale simply replied, "Ok, Tammy."

That was just the beginning, throughout the next few years, Wale commented on Lahren's remarks about Michelle Obama and 21 Savage, continuing to refer to her as "Tammy."

Kathy Griffin

Griffin's career took a hit when she shared an infamous, since-deleted photo posing with a fake severed head of Donald Trump in 2017.

Lahren resurrected the controversy a year later, when she recreated the photo for Halloween, dressing up as Griffin and holding a clown mask. "Trump Derangement Syndrome. Happy Halloween @kathygriffin," she wrote.

Griffin clapped back with a scathing reply. "Gosh you are just so original @TomiLahren," she wrote. "I thought images like this one incite violence! At least that’s what you and your colleagues at @FoxNews have told me for the past year and a half. I’m busy on tour right now or I’d dress up as you: a dumb, racist, and talentless hack."