Robin Roberts, left, and Omarosa Manigault. (Slaven Vlasic/Getty Images; Drew Angerer/Getty Images)

Yes, she really did say that.

During Thursday’s broadcast of “Good Morning America,” co-anchor Robin Roberts let everyone know what she thought of Omarosa Manigault’s White House exit, delivering a swift retort that was retweeted ’round the Internet with glee.

While wrapping up GMA co-host Michael Strahan’s one-on-one with Manigault, during which the former White House aide repeatedly plugged the “story” she had to tell, Roberts appeared unenthused.

“She said she has a story to tell. I’m sure she’ll be selling that story,” said Roberts, before adding in a seemingly exasperated tone, “Bye, Felicia.”

For those without an urban dictionary, “Bye, Felicia” — a line from the 1995 comedy “Friday” and 2015’s N.W.A. biopic “Straight Outta Compton” — has become the de rigueur dis of Mean Girls the world over. It’s a way to dismiss someone (“bye”) while also disregarding them (everyone’s a “Felicia”).

Roberts delivered the line — practically as a dramatic aside — and then quickly moved on, spending less than 30 seconds on Manigault. But the Internet doesn’t miss stuff like this: Online reactions and subsequent headlines came flooding in, all cheering Roberts on.