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Saturday
Dec242016

Azealia Banks Blasts Nicki Minaj: Stop Calling Yourself The Queen Of Rap

Azealia Banks is back at it again attacking other artists on social media. The Harlem-raised entertainer had some choice words for fellow New Yorker Nicki Minaj via Facebook. Banks wrote: Banks removed the message and explained why she took it down in follow-up FB posts. “Deleting posts as I am not the same person I was two hours ago. LOL,” stated Banks. “Hope you Lot got your screenshots. It’s all jokes guys. Calm down and enjoy the holiday.” The initial online attack seemed to be a response to Nicki’s The Empire video game supposedly dissing Banks. There is a section the interactive game where a character mentions a “mermaid song” and an album titled Fan2Sea being “really loud, obnoxious screech that goes on for hours.” Banks has a 2012 mixtape called Fantasea which features a mermaid on the cover. This is not the first time the two female rappers have been involved in a public spat. The Nicki-Azealia on-again, f-again feud has gone on for years with most the negative commentary coming from Banks.

Azealia Banks Blasts Nicki Minaj: Stop Calling Yourself The Queen Of Rap Azealia Banks Blasts Nicki Minaj: Stop Calling Yourself The Queen Of RapAzealia Banks Blasts Nicki Minaj: Stop Calling Yourself The Queen Of RapAzealia Banks Blasts Nicki Minaj: Stop Calling Yourself The Queen Of Rap

Azealia Banks Blasts Nicki Minaj: Stop Calling Yourself The Queen Of Rap

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