All The Way Up: Azealia Banks & Remy Ma Trade Social Media Insults

HipHop News Posted on December 10, 2017 at 1:47am

All The Way Up: Azealia Banks & Remy Ma Trade Social Media Insults

Nicki Minaj is a kind of involved.

Azealia Banks and Remy Ma, the two ladies that are no strangers to the beef, is found to go at it on social media during the weekend. After listening to some comments made by Remy during an interview on Hot 97's Ebro In The Morning, the Banks fired some insults in the "SHETHER" MC.

"When I got home it was nothing," Remy said during the interview. "It was tumbleweeds blowing through as far as female artists are concerned."

Banks responded in a now deleted Instagram post by rebuke Remy for the use of Nicki Minaj to remain relevant.

"Remy – the best things I've released since I've been out of the prison are Nicki love letters and she's STILL miles more important than you," she wrote.

Remy saw this before it was taken down and conveyed to the Banks share some of your private messages.

"@azealiabanks Ayo, I know you're not talking about me, dog," she wrote. "You? What?! You've been on my dick; love my style #RemyMa #RemyMafia #ShesBack #Part1 Ps: I know you don't want any smoke so I'm going to play as lil social media of the games until I allow my team to convince me to stop... MIND U LADIES & GENTLEMAN, THESE TEXTS START FROM the LAST YEAR...PEEP HOW I don'T answer...smh...I am responding to now."

#RemyMa vs #AzealiaBanks #ClapBackSeason

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The banks then sought to clarify his comments and be more diplomatic about the situation.

"Ahem.... let me rephrase ... Remy ... it is absolutely necessary that the step of your crap," she said. "Music has been the release of some serious old head rap shit, and it is 100% unfair that you stand up on your reality tv booster, and to make statements about the female rap as if you have done a single thing to move the cultural needle since you've gone home. It is not 2000... battle rap is dead. Gun clap is not chic .. you are struggling to keep up with the rest of the women of rap and it is time that yo

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