Azealia Banks is maybe probably the most opinionated lady in rap. In the previous six years or so, there hasn’t been a information story involving a feminine rapper with out Banks’ closing phrase or enter concerned. And so, on the day after the world celebrated Cardi B changing into the second solo rapper to achieve the summit of the Billboard Hot 100, Azealia took to Twitter beneath a non-verified account beneath the deal with @Cheapyxo she’s been utilizing there and elsewhere since she was kicked off the social platform, to not provide reward for the Bronx born “Bodak Yellow” rapper, however somewhat to name her a “poor man’s Nicki (Minaj)” and counsel that colorism performed a job in Cardi’s success.
In a collection of now-deleted tweets, Banks went on to counsel that trade heavyweights akin to Charlamagne Tha God and different black males in hip-hop ought to have pushed for data from her, Remy Ma and the aforementioned Minaj to achieve No. 1 on the Billboard charts earlier than Cardi or Iggy Azalea.