Azealia Banks Drags Music Producer, RZA, Who Betrayed Her In Rusell Crowe Case

American rapper, singer-songwriter, and actress, Azealia Banks finally had time for RZA a year after the music producer threw her under the bus during her row with actor, Russell Crowe.

Recall that the drama started after Azealia Banks revealed how Crowe physically assaulted her at his party. The actor  refused to apologise and Banks proceeded to slam him with a lawsuit. Banks said at the time that Crowe “called me a nigger, choked me, threw me out, and spat at me” during the party, but Crowe, in a statement, claimed that he only removed her from the premises after she threatened to cut the throats of other partygoers.

RZA, who brought Banks to the party later spoke up, and had pretty nasty things to say about the rapper.

He claimed:

“Before the night is over Azealia is insulting half the room, she becomes loud and obnoxious. There was nothing funny about her behavior. I felt a little embarrassed because she was my guest…Seeing is believing and I saw

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Cardi B Claps Back At Azealia Banks


Cardi B took to Twitter to clap back at Azealia Banks after Azealia went on a nasty rant aimed at Cardi’s success.

Drama started last night when azealia banks hopped on her new Twitter page to insult Cardi B who recently broke a 19-year-old record held by Lauryn Hill.

In case you missed it all: Cardi’s Bodak Yellow moved from No. 2 on the Billboard Top 100 Chart to No. 1, making her the first hip-hop female artist to make the record since Lauryn Hill’s song Doo Wop (That Thing) led the chart in 1998.

Many hip-hop artists, including Nicki Minaj, praised Cardi for her achievement, but one of them who has been out of the spotl

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Azealia Banks Slams Cardi B And Her Success


Azealia Banks is NOT happy about Cardi B’s success and feels that colorism is responsible for making “Bodak Yellow” the first No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 by a solo female rapper since Lauryn Hill’s “Doo Wop (That Thing)” in 1998.

In case you’ve been wondering where Azealia’s been, she’s been tweeting from behind this @XoCheapy account on Twitter.

Azealia spent the better part of her day blasting Cardi’s success while the rest of us felt the spirit of congratulations.

“I’m sorry. Black industry men are too hype for this Latina girl I’ve never seen them

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