Azealia Banks Says Cardi B Only Identified As Black When She Became A Rapper

HipHop News Posted on May 12, 2018 at 7:22am

Azealia Banks Says Cardi B Only Identified As Black When She Became A Rapper

And slander in his appearance: "You look like a big Toe with a hammernail."

The plot continues to thicken. After azealia Banks was in the Breakfast Club and bashed the Cardi B for its lack of "couth," Cardi fired again before deleting both her Instagram and Twitter.

Now, the often controversial rapper from Harlem has returned with your response to Cardi, is a hotbed of comments, attacking the Invasion Of Privacy, the rapper looks.

"Belcalis....sis, give up", he wrote on Saturday (12 May). "You have a fever and leakage of breast milk everywhere trying to get to a rebuttable back. Sis spent 12 hours reviewing a message, while still missing the point. You and the person who wrote this answer so that you do not have the intelligence to participate in this not-so-complex discussion.

"I talked about all of two minutes in an interview and you respond by calling me unattractive..the mention of my bleaching of my skin and tells me to 'suck ass'. Immediately proving himself to be exactly what I thought they were.. A Bird. Sis .. let us not forget that look like a big toe with a Hammernail without the contour of your face. You are a very mediocre in search of the light-the skin of the woman with herpes sores on the sides of his mouth, a coated tongue, you like to wiggle around and horribly profound eyes."

azealia banks destroyed cardi b 😩 pic.twitter.com/I1jhhwVGDc

— ً (@kalenminaj) May 12, 2018

Banks went on to point out that the Cardi used only to identify as Latin, and says that she only recently began to call herself black once she got into Hip Hop.

"It is clear that you are having a problem with this new proximity to the blackness, as evidenced by their propensity to convert any and all attempts to participate in these important cultural debates in faux-sympathetic cry baby rants about how you're just a dumb bitch from the hood who never asked to be a model to follow. Reverse psychology does not work here.

"As a Black Woman in hiphop it is IMPERATIVE that you use your (new) Black Femininity

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