The Bronx rapper eventually walks away, but someone screams out to her, "Come outside, you B**ch!"
Banks appeared on a U.S. radio show Friday, reportedly labelling the rapper as an "untalented rat" and a "caricature of a black woman". Banks then said that this "really, really intelligent conversation" had ended with the arrival of Cardi B.
Referring to how, in her opinion, the standard of rap has lowered, Azealia added: "If my spelling and grammar was that bad, I'd be cancelled".
She said: "The difference between you and me is that I've never pretended to be something I am not!"
Cardi B later released another statement calling Azealia out for her nasty comments.
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In footage of the almost physical altercation, viewers can see a man, presumably Cardi's bodyguard, placing himself as a barrier between her and the rowdy crowd of people. I've made it where I am for being myself and staying true to that. "I know who I am!" Banks, once clowned by Cardi for criticizing her meanwhile bopping to "Bodak Yellow", won this round.
Cardi B became famous on Instagram, which led to a reality show on VH1, a network that used to play music for old people, and eventually to her being signed as a rapper by Atlantic Records.
While the soon-to-be mother has yet to reveal why she deleted her Instagram account and turned her Twitter account private, she revealed in her previous post, as reported by E! Evidently, it's a conversation neither of them want to be involved in. In Friday's interview with The Breakfast Club, Azealia Banks was typically outspoken about her fellow rapper.
NY rapper Cardi B just can't win over everyone. She used to be able to list all the US presidents in order of term but is too nervous to try it in front of me. "Where if Kanye West comes out with a new song, it'll just be like 'listen to this song! listen to this song! listen to this song!", even amongst the bullshit".