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Hilary Duff takes aim at Nicole Richie?

Pop star reportedly settles scores in the lyrics of her new album
/ Source: Access Hollywood

Is Hilary Duff firing back at her ex Joel Madden and new gal pal Nicole Richie on her new album?

In the title track of Duff’s new album, “Dignity,” the preening pop star appears to take some pot shots at the pair, who were romantically linked after Joel’s split from Hilary.

According to an online report, the song includes lyrics such as:

“Where’s your dignity? I think you lost it in the Hollywood Hills … Can’t buy respect but you can pick up that bill … Always with Mr. Right, but then you have a fight / Run into your friend’s ex, he’s happy to be your next / Tomorrow’s paper’s coming out so kiss him fast, watch the cameras flash.”

In another track on the album called “Gypsy Woman,” Duff reportedly fires off at Richie, saying:

“She lets you think that you found her first / That’s how she works her sick and twisted gypsy curse / Talks with a grin ’cause she’s got no shame / Enjoy the fame, bringing down the family name.”

However, Nicole and Joel aren’t the only ones to feel the wrath of Duff. On the song “Dreamer,” she reportedly sounds off on her alleged stalker from 2006.

“Don’t you have better things to do with your life / Then hang around and stare at me and complicate mine?” Hilary reportedly sings.

“Dignity” hits stores on April 3.