Azealia Banks Takes Aim at Nicki Minaj For Collaborating With 6ix9ine: 'She Is Officially Over'

Azealia Banks doesn't seem to be happy with anything that's going on in the music world these days. The Harlem native blasted Nicki Minaj once again on Tuesday (July 24) for working alongside 6ix9ine on their "FEFE" collaboration, firing off a series of tweets and posts to her Instagram Story.

The "Treasure Island" rapper is disgusted with Tekashi's legal troubles, which include pleading guilty to use of a minor for a sexual performance back in 2015. "Too much for me. I’m deleting my barb card membership. She is officially over," Banks began on Twitter. "Pedophilia is absolutely gross and evil. Anyone who supports that shit is a lunatic."

Nicki recently announced that she is bringing 6ix9ine on tour as a supporting act this fall.

"I'm sorry. Dude gets convicted and you ’re still trying to help him out of it? That is very dark," Banks added.

Earlier this month (July 5), Banks reignited her feud with Minaj by criticizing her creative direction in the seductive "Bed" video. "Your hips and booty too big for that mermaid tail lol. She tried it tho... that’s cute," she wrote in a since-deleted tweet.

Meanwhile, Banks had been working toward the release of her anticipated Fantasea II album, but decided to put the project on hold following a controversial appearance on MTV's Wild 'N' Out. She claimed to feel ambushed on set when she agreed to perform one song but was then left open to be on the receiving end of a few unwarranted quips. 

Check out Azealia's new tweets slamming Nicki Minaj below.

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