As she tends to do, Azealia Banks went off on Beyonce after she announced her Cowboy Carter album, calling her out for “cosplaying” a white woman and “being boring and pretty all the time.”

Bey fired back through her publicist.

Now Banks has more smoke for Mrs. Carter and and also Billboard mag, who she believes Bey’s people paid to deliver a hit piece on her.


“Lol, it’s becoming INCREASINGLY obvious you let your staff take payments to spew any bullsh*t in these weak attempts to control narratives. But, the fact that my message regarding beyonce and roc nations treatment/sabotaging of black female artists/writers behind the scenes and her audacious expectation that black women somehow join her in a moment of pride for being “the first black woman to top the country charts.” ( Ugh I almost vomited ) was enough for their team to pay for this weak attempt at damage control is very tickling. I think it’s pathetic that in the year 2024, a global superstar and her husband’s overwhelmingly desperate attempts to snag an “album of the year,” – obviously to pump some steam into the curious attempt to ‘disrupt’ the power structure of the music industry with their own DSP – Tidal , needs to hinge on these offensively infantilizing epithets like “first black woman (to spend payola at country radio LOL)” as if she deserves something special simply for being black. This post-BLM propaganda isn’t masking how both songs pale in comparison to literally every single artist making contemporary white americana country music. I want to celebrate her for evolving in her craft, womanhood and skill. If the songs were good you’d be writing about them and not Azealia’s opinion on them. but the songs are not good, she doesn’t seem cognizant, as if she’s in a chemical straitjacket , the pr statements are unnecessarily political/redundant…..”

Do you think Beyonce is paying for streams and to place bad articles about Azelia?


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