Nicki Minaj and Cardi B thegrio.com
Nicki Minaj, Designer Jeremy Scott, and Cardi B attend the Heavenly Bodies: Fashion & The Catholic Imagination Costume Institute Gala at The Metropolitan Museum of Art on May 7, 2018 in New York City. (Photo by Kevin Mazur/MG18/Getty Images for The Met Museum/Vogue)

Queens recognize queens.

And at last night’s extravagant ode to over-the-top couture at the 2018 Met Gala, the stars aligned and Cardi B  and Nicki Minaj put their beef on ice and were seen speaking to one another, E! reports.

We have to mention that Cardi said if she sees you and doesn’t speak then you know what that means. So apparently Cardi B does eff with Nicki because the two were chopping it up and we are so here for the new-found friendship!

MET Gala 2018 Photos: Bold, Beautiful and Black on the red carpet

Whether temporary or long-time we love when girl power collides in a good way. The rappers have spent the last year feuding but last night the rap bosses made it all about the Met Ball.’

A very pregnant Cardi B attended the ball with Jeremy Scott.

Nicki is a good friend of Scott and he may have been the one to make that black girl magic moment happen.

We imagine that Minaj was telling Cardi about all the latest Barbies she needs to cop for her new babyZ—if it’s a girl—and all the fluffy pink accoutrements that she needs to buy to go along with the doll.

And Cardi was like, “Okurrrr. Owwww!”

So maybe the convo didn’t go that way but we can dream.

This year’s theme of the Met Gala was “Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination,”  and Cardi was extra glamorous and bedazzled in Moschino.

Cardi wore a choker, sparkling jeweled headpiece and her gown was covered in ruby and sapphire stones. The mother-to-be was looking heavenly.

Minaj was smoking red-hot in Oscar De La Renta. She said she picked this look because she wanted to play the more sinful side of the gala’s theme.

“I’m the bad guy and I wanted to make sure the bad guy was here,” she said, referencing her latest song, “Chun-Li.”

Black Airbnb guests questioned by police serve notice to sue