Azealia Banks Comes for Rita Ora’s Throat on Twitter, Calls Her “Rihanna’s Understudy”

Mirror, mirror on the wall, who’s the maddest black chick of them all? Why you are, Azealia Banks; you bitter, nutty, nasty, old witch!

The young, chocolate-skinned Harlem rapper started out with such promise when she dropped her hipster-approved single “212” back in 2012. But she’s spent the bulk of the time since her breakout hit wasting time on beefs with Lil’ Kim, Angel Haze, Iggy Azalea, and T.I., just to name a few.

And now her latest target is none other than Rita Ora — the fresh-faced Bosnian-born, London-bred pop star who Jay-Z was grooming a year or so ago.

The two are both on tour overseas in Australia for the Future Music Festival and they started out quite chummy with one another.

But before you could say, “Hey, liquorice bitch,” Azealia turned on the pop star accusing her of “trying it” the whole tour.

As if blasting the chick on Twitter wasn’t bad enough, Azealia then exposed the text messages that Rita sent her after the beef went to the tweets trying to get to the bottom of Azealia’s anger.

Unfortunately, Rita didn’t realize she was dealing a petty gremlin who doesn’t have any fucks to give about anyone or anything.

So of course Azealia posted Rita’s text messages on Twitter too.

Yeah. So far, Rita has remained mum on her Twitter account, but Azealia Banks has once again proven that there isn’t a female in the music industry that she won’t scrap with.

At this point, Azealia is an animal that probably would be better off behind bars in a caged zoo.

  • Ria

    @RogerRatchet you perfectly summed up what many are feeling, nice job

  • foevame36

    i don’t even know who this other girl Azealia Banks is. WHO IS SHE?


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