The ongoing feud between Nicki Minaj and Megan Thee Stallion is one of the most prominent narratives of 2024 thus far. Not only has it garnered significant attention, but it has also translated into impressive sales figures. Megan's diss track "HISS" held the number one spot on the US Spotify charts for four consecutive days and subsequently made a strong debut at number one on the Hot 100. Despite initial online speculation that Latto's new track "Sunday Service" was aiming for a similar impact, she has now denied this assertion. The conjecture arose when she teased a photo earlier in the week, featuring Ice Spice with her eyes covered by a black bar. This led many to believe that the song would be a diss directed at the rapper "Princess Diana." Consequently, upon the release of the song, listeners scrutinized it for potential diss references, although it turned out to be less direct than anticipated. Nevertheless, fans tried to portray the track as Latto's equivalent of Megan's "HISS" moment. Latto subsequently took to Twitter to clarify that the song is not a diss track.
When someone likened Latto's new song to Nicki's criticized "Big Foot," she responded assertively, refuting the notion that it was a diss track. In a subsequent Instagram live session, she sought to provide further clarification. She addressed fan speculation about the album serving as an "homage" to other female rappers, explaining that while the song itself is not an homage, certain scenes in the music video are intended to be interpreted as such. Keep it locked to 103.5 The Beat for more!