AceShowbiz - It looks like %cIggy Azalea% and %cAzealia Banks%' feud won't be over anytime soon. After Banks detailed her issue with Azalea and her mentor %cT.I.% during an emotional interview on Hot 97, the Australian femcee took to Twitter on Friday, December 19 to blast the "212" lyricist in a string of posts.
In the interview, Banks expressed her frustration over today's music industry that she thought was racist. In her opinion, white rappers like Azalea and %cMacklemore%'s music isn't better than the music made by black artists. She also took issue with the two stars' Grammy nominations.
"That Macklemore album wasn't better than the %cDrake% record. That Iggy Azalea s**t is not better than any fu***n' black girl that's rapping today," Banks said. "The Grammys are supposed to be accolades of artistic excellence. Iggy Azalea is not excellent."
Responding to the harsh comments, Azalea blamed Banks' downfall on her own "poor attitude." "Special msg for banks: There are many black artists succeeding in all genres. The reason you haven't is because of your piss poor attitude," the "Fancy" hitmaker tweeted. "Your inability to be responsible for your own mistakes, bullying others, the inability to be humble or have self control. It's YOU!"
"You created your own unfortunate situation by being a bigot and don't have the mental capacity to realize yet. Probably never will," she continued. "Now! rant, Make it racial! make it political! Make it whatever but I guarantee it won't make you likable & THATS why ur crying on the radio... You're poisonous and I feel genuinely sorry for you because it's obvious at this point you are a MISERABLE, angry human being. Regards!"
Banks, unfortunately, chose to make things worse. Referring to Azalea as "Itchy Areola," she called her "stupid" and likened her to a minstrel show. "My tears had absolutely nothing to with you and everything to do with society and the media in general," she tweeted. "@Iggyazalea do you know what a minstrel is? Because that's what you are."
Following the Twitter war, Banks earned herself one new supporter, %cSolange Knowles%. %cBeyonce Knowles%' younger sister tweeted on Friday afternoon, "Thank you @AZEALIABANKS," and added, "Signed......a music fan. A black girl."