Azealia Banks Continues Trashing Beyonce: 'She's Not an Artist, She's a Poacher'

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Azealia Banks performs at the Reading Festival in Berkshire, Britain. 

Azealia Banks hasn’t been shied away from expressing her feelings about Beyonce’s new visual album, Lemonade, recently calling it the “Antithesis of what feminism is" on Twitter.

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The controversial rapper, who dropped the mixtape SLAY Z mixtape several weeks back, continued bashing Bey on social media Saturday (April 30), tweeting, "She's not an artist, she's a poacher” in response to praise of Lemonade by Atlantic writer Ta-Nehisi Coates.

“Don't think for a second that beyonce was intelligent enough to come up with any of those ideas on her own,” Banks wrote. “She takes food out of darker skinned women's mouths & pretends to be inspired."

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Following the release of Lemonade in late April, the rapper targeted what she viewed as Beyonce's perpetuation of "that sad black female sufferance.” She also labeled Beyonce a "thief" and a "poacher.”

See Banks’ recent tweets below.