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A Timeline of Maddy Morphosis & Bob the Drag Queen’s ‘Corny’ Diss Tracks

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Over the course of one weekend, the internet was set aflame with a fiery rap beef taking place in real time — and no, it wasn’t the one between Nicki Minaj and Megan Thee Stallion.

Starting Saturday (Feb. 3), fans of RuPaul’s Drag Race were treated to a deeply entertaining, tongue-in-cheek “feud” between two former contestants — season eight winner Bob the Drag Queen and season 14 star Maddy Morphosis. Through an escalating series of videos, tweets and teasers, what started as a one-off joke bubbled over into a full-blown stage fight, with both queens releasing diss tracks aimed directly at the other.

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Corned Beef,” Bob’s no-holds-barred take down of the Give It to Me Straight host came first, with the Sibling Rivalry host targeting Maddy’s heterosexuality, wigs and general drag aesthetic. But Morphosis responded with “Who Popped Ya,” coming after Bob’s career, fashion and writing style to devastating effect.

After the dust settled and the beef-that-was-never-really-beef got “squashed,” fans online came to a consensus that this was the kind of over-the-top shenanigans they signed up for in 2024. “Bob and maddy feud is my favorite drag fight ever this s–t mad funny,” one fan wrote following the online altercation. Wrote another, “this maddy and bob beef is LITERALLY the highlight of my entire year.”

So how did this all start? Who said what to who? Why are the girls fighting? Are the girls even fighting? Below, Billboard takes a look back at three days of utter drag chaos and lays out a comprehensive timeline of this “corny” feud, from start to finish.

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