Cardi B deactivated her Instagram amid Azealia Banks comments

Cardi B deactivated her Instagram amid Azealia Banks comments

Cardi B deactivated her Instagram amid Azealia Banks comments

After speaking her mind on the radio show, Banks continued to troll Cardi B on Twitter, going on a rant about the hip-hop star. "The media had the power to get rid of me and the media has the power to make anyone the forefront", Banks offered.

The drama between the two rapstresses reemerged after Banks shamed Cardi for her "lack of couth" and being a "caricature of a Black woman". She also referred to Cardi B as a "poor man's Nicki Minaj" and accused her of having a ghostwriter for "Bodak Yellow'".

Cardi B has disappeared from social media.

Azealia Banks speaks and questions Cardi Bs quick unexpected rise to female rap mainstream success.

She went on to confront Banks' opinion that she was illiterate - Banks made a point of attacking the way the rapper spells and pronounces her words, an issue Cardi B has been open about in the past saying her thick Dominican accent often means she has to re-record tracks in the booth. "That was an entire sociological argument that Cardi really doesn't have the vernacular or literacy to understand", one user wrote.

Before hiding her tweets, she wrote; 'I'm exhausted of this bull****. The mom-to-be pointed out that she didn't "choose to be famous", but that people followed her on Instagram and made her so. I don't know what I've had to change.

As per usual, Twitter is in love with the messiness. "I also appreciate Azealia banks voice as well", another said.

Why can't folks just let Cardi live?

Banks responded to Cardi, calling her a "bird brain" and a "hood booger" who "doesn't have the vernacular to engage in any discussion about black women's culture, music or hiphop at all".

Karen w the receipts RT @KarenCivil: Flashback to Azealia Banks interview with XXL magazine praising @iamcardib. "A daughter to a Hispanic father and a Caribbean mother, and I'm proud of that!"

Banks again hit out at the rap phenomenon, accusing her of lowering the bar of black women's culture.

"You and whoever wrote this reply for you don't have the intelligence to engage in this not-so-complex discussion", she said.

"I can do both, and speak two languages fluently".

Later, she added: 'Just because I mix a few words up, forget to use commas or misspell a few words doesn't make me illiterate and doesn't make me stupid.

"Because I laugh a little harder or talk a little louder doesn't make me a caricature!"

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