The "212" rapper also mocked her fellow songstress, calling her a "caricature of a black woman" and criticizing her for her spelling and grammar. "If Nicki Minaj spelled like that, we would be ragging on her all day".
While acknowledging that she has repeatedly shared her opinions on other artists, Banks argued that the media continued to perpetuate a "narrative of Azealia Banks as music industry villain" due to their persistent framing of female musicians against each other. I've never dismissed my heritage or my culture, I've never pretended to sound like anyone or look like anyone for attention or to make me feel better about who I'm not! I speak how I speak.
While the soon-to-be mother has yet to reveal why she deleted her Instagram account and turned her Twitter account private, she revealed in her previous post, as reported by E! She wrote: "I'm from the hood". I did not choose to be famous - people choose me. Somehow, all the Culture Vultures came away with was the catchphrase, "I'm Rick James, bitch!"
Cardi then responded in kind, defending herself against Azealia's claims before deleting her Instagram account entirely. "Everyone is flawed. I simply see things from MY eyes and MY point of view", Banks said in response to Cardi's comments that Banks is a hypocrite for supporting things after she disses them. She has beefed (albeit one-sidedly) with Beyonce, been petty enough to spar with then 14-year-old Disney Star Skai Jackson and even once took it to Rihanna's Navy.
On Sunday, a video surfaced on social media showing Cardi B inside a store and a group of fans outside yelling at her to come outside.
A woman had to be held back as she attempted to confront Cardi B, while a man yelled threats through the glass doors.
Banks on the other hand has 545 000 followers.