Beyoncé might have shaded Drake, Kim Kardashian West, and Tiffany Haddish in the new song "Top Off" from DJ Khaled's upcoming album, Father of Asahd

The track which debuted on Friday, March 2, is destined to be an instant hit with Queen Bey schooling her collaborators Jay-Z and Future on how to rap. However, the track is also meant to keep the tongues wagging for the next couple of weeks.

Do Not Mess With The Queen

Vulture noticed that the track contains some references to other celebrities. Queen Bey comes halfway through the song, following her husband's instruction to "put these f***boys on notice.

Beyoncé served the tea: "I break the internet, top two and I ain't number two."

The singer might be referencing Drake's "Gyalchester" where the rapper proclaims that "I know I said top five, but I'm top two. And I'm not two and I got one."

The line could also be referencing Kim Kardashian who once attempted to "Break The Internet" with her Paper Magazine cover. The phrase has become synonymous with the reality television star but Mrs. Carter, not Kardashian, broke the internet. 

But the hottest burn might have to be her verse on Tiffany Haddish. On the song, Beyoncé cautions everyone she invites into her inner circle to keep their mouths shut. 

"If they're tryna party with the queen," she raps." they gon' have to sign a nondisclosure."

Haddish did not take any offense and, on Twitter, said she loved the song. She also said she would sign an NDA for the Queen Bey. 

Queen Bey Raps

This is not the first time that the "Lemonade" singer has proven that she, too, can rap. BET Music's official Twitter account has listed eight songs that feature Beyoncé's little-known talent. 

The multi-Grammy Award-winning artist has also received praises and admiration from the social media crowd for her performance in "Top Off." Chance The Rapper called Beyoncé his favorite rapper. 

Here are the rest of the reactions from the Twitter-verse:

Listen to "Top Off" below.