It's definitely all good between Nicki Minaj and Taylor Swift.
After the two music superstars got into a highly publicized Twitter spat over Nicki's MTV Video of the Year snub for "Anaconda" -- with Taylor eventually apologizing for "missing the point" -- the rapper says the two have already personally worked it out.
"First of all, I talked to Taylor Swift yesterday on the phone," she revealed during her appearance on Good Morning America on Friday. "She was super super sweet, and she apologized. She said, 'You know, look, I didn't understand the big picture of what you were saying, but now I get it.' So, we're all good."
"It takes a big person to do what Taylor did, and everyone sometimes speaks out of turn. I've been there sometimes ... it was big of her to come out and say that," she added, referring to the 25-year-old "Style" singer's apology tweet on Thursday. "We spoke for a long time. We were cracking up laughing on the phone. It's over, you guys."
Still, 32-year-old Nicki stands by her original tweets, alleging that if she was a different "kind" of artist, she would have been nominated for the bigger awards.
If I was a different "kind" of artist, Anaconda would be nominated for best choreo and vid of the year as well. 😊😊😊— NICKI MINAJ (@NICKIMINAJ) July 21, 2015
"But I was just saying, I posted something on my Instagram and it showed the stats of other videos that have been nominated previously, and it just seemed to be a little funny business going on .... 'Anaconda' had such a huge cultural impact and on top of that, we broke the Vevo record! .... I do think if it was one of the pop girls they would have had many nominations for it."
She also reinforced her tweet reading, "If your video celebrates women with very slim bodies, you will be nominated for vid of the year," which is what Taylor initially responded to, claiming Nicki was pitting women against other women.
"I think that we just have to have both images for girls," Nicki clarified. "We can't have only one type of body being glorified in the media because it just makes girls even more insecure than we already are."
Taylor's apology to Nicki on Thursday left no room for misinterpretation. "I thought I was being called out," Taylor tweeted. "I missed the point, I misunderstood, then misspoke. I'm sorry, Nicki." Watch below: