Shade alert! Kristin Cavallari seemingly dissed Madison LeCroy via Instagram on Thursday, February 4 — just one day after the Southern Charm star addressed her relationship (or lack thereof!) with Jennifer Lopez’s fiancé, Alex Rodriguez

, 34, and her bestie Justin Anderson, 40, posted a video of themselves working out to Lopez’s hit song “Let’s Get Loud.” 

“A little thursday motivation for you lovies 💪🏽💥 life is all about the hard work and the HUSTLE! don’t rely on luck to bring you what you want out of life. ✊🏽😉 xoxoJA,” the hairstylist captioned the clip. 

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The Uncommon James founder commented, “Yesssss lovie.” 

Of course, fans immediately caught on to Anderson’s subtle shout-out. One person wrote, “I see what you did there,” while another echoed, “JLO music. We see you, JA.” 

Instagram account @bravoandcocktails wrote, “Yasss.” Anderson replied, “@bravoandcocktails I meannnn someone had to call that hustler out. Good lord.” 

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recently made headlines when she released flirty texts, which were allegedly sent by Cavallari’s ex-husband, Jay Cutler, alluding to a supposed fling between the two. 

“I am disgusted by this whole situation. You reached out to me … Your intentions may have not been pure but that may be you projecting. I’ve never said anything about nor would I. I came into this honestly with good intentions. I want no part of being involved in a payback or drama. But you initiated and pursued. If you weren’t interested in something real you shouldn’t have…” LeCroy replied to Cutler in the supposed messages. 

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Now, the Bravo star is back in the spotlight after her costar Craig Conover claimed on the reunion that LeCroy “flew down to Miami” to meet up with a former MLB player. 

On February 3, Danni Baird, who also is a cast member on Southern Charm, claimed LeCroy and former baseball pro had been talking. 

“Months before [the show’s reunion special], I had heard … [LeCroy] had told me they were FaceTiming or something,” Baird said on the “Reality Life With Kate Casey” podcast. “I never asked more about it, or anything like that. I just didn’t tie in that he was a Major League Baseball player.”

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“I have tried to be as quiet as possible. I don’t want anything bad for his family, or for mine. We are definitely innocent in this,” she said. 

Meanwhile, a source close to Rodriguez told Us Weekly the baseball player has “never met” LeCroy. 

Who is telling the truth in their twisted web? Only time will tell…