Azealia Banks is Still Trolling Cardi B

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By: Amanda Anderson-Niles

Azealia Banks is not one to hold back on her opinions of other female rappers and recently, “Bodak Yellow” star Cardi B became her latest target.

Now Azealia uses Cardi’s latest good news as a means to take more shots.

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  1. Azealia’s messiness aside, she does have a point. I’ve been talking about this with some friends and I do wonder about all these contracts Cardi has been signing. And publishing deals are tricky. She could have easily just signed herself into a lot of debt. The music business is really shady.

    1. Sis still searches for her name on Twitter (not mentions) and responds to negative tweets. That’s dedication.

  2. Haters gon hate. Everyone should read their contracts before they sign but for some reason, people are just worried about what Cardi is doing. The hate is real.

  3. Umm Cardi needs to spend less time clapping back and deleting comments and working on that album. If she’s not careful, she will end up being a one hit wonder.

  4. A publishing deal already tho? I hope this was a good decision. After reading what I have about the music business, I side eye a lot of stuff now. Just saying.

  5. Azealia is crazy as a fox but sometimes she says the absolute truth. People need to keep in mind that Cardi takes care of her whole family. Atlantic and Sony gave her advances but she has to pay both of them back. She has a lot riding on her album and possible tour. That’s a lot of pressure for a new artist who only has one hit.

  6. Why is she concerned about Cardi though? If she put that much concern and effort into her own career she wouldn’t be a such a flop. She’s mad that Cardi is where she wants to be in a short amount of time but she could have done the same thing if she actually focused on herself rather than what the next is doing.

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