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Behind the Scenes of the Azealia Banks and Amber Rose Feud with Nicki Minaj: What Went Down?

The latest social media conflict between Nicki Minaj and Latto (Mulatto) has drawn comments from Azealia Banks and Amber Rose. While Amber criticized Azealia for calling Latto a “Karen,” the Trinidadian rapper claimed that Nicki needs “serious help.”

The latest social media conflict between Nicki Minaj and Latto (Mulatto) has drawn comments from Azealia Banks and Amber Rose. While Amber criticized Azealia for calling Latto a “Karen,” the Trinidadian rapper claimed that Nicki needs “serious help.”

On October 13, Nicki and Latto had a Twitter argument after Nicki criticized the 2023 Grammy Awards for nominating her song “Super Freaky Girl” for Best Pop Solo Performance rather than any rap categories. Additionally, Nicki issued a challenge, saying that if Latto’s “Big Energy” wasn’t going to be considered for any rap categories, then neither should “Super Freaky Girl.” Nicki later rebuffed Latto’s request to quit dragging her name. After then, things became chaotic.

Azealia posted on Instagram after hearing about the in-public altercation to express her opinions. She said, “The Barbs need to petition for Nicki Minaj to receive mental health and rehab services through the Grammys music vehicles program. Resistance because her level of rage is by no means typical.

“Watching her spiral out of control like this while carrying a child is frightening. Think about how lonely and perplexed her child must feel to constantly hear her cry “Azealia went on to elaborate. “She is so obsessed with rage that there is no chance he will receive the love and care he needs from her. I’m sorry for the child. She values other ladies more than he does.”

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Azealia continued by saying that Nicki should “go to rehab” for the sake of her son because her Twitter fights ultimately helped the “guys invested” in female rappers like Latto. The “Anna Wintour” spitter said, “The girls are stunting you with the expensive birthday parties, and magazine covers with their kids.” “You only have a can of Crisco and a package of frozen wingettes for Papa Bear. If you appear to be incredibly low-class, gather yourself. Shut up, boring a** crybaby. Go on loving and rapping despite all this dross. f**k you, please.”

In a video uploaded to her Instagram Story, Azealia went into greater detail about her position. “And with regards to Nicki, c’mon, okay, okay, Black community… Laughing at each other is enjoyable, but we must pay attention because Whitney Houston was ill “she stated. “We also didn’t intervene to assist her. We don’t intervene to like try to correct it or anything; we just let her suffer as Chaka Khan is suffering. What are we going to do about the agony this woman, Nicki Minaj, is experiencing? simply make fun of her?”

Amber had something to say about the turmoil, too. The 38-year-old model explained to her followers in a video she posted on Instagram Story, “I just want to say something briefly because I’m a feminist and an unproblematic queen. One is that when you refer to a mixed individual as “Karen,” you are essentially disregarding their blackness. And I don’t think that’s okay,” Latto said about Nicki labeling her a “Karen.”

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“But I also feel like as women, we call each other old at a very young age, as if we’re expected to just halt our life and at a certain age just kind of give up on everything and not continue to do what we love, which I also think is f**ked up,” Amber continued.

“But I also feel like as women, we call each other old at a very young age, as if we’re expected to just halt our life and at a certain age just kind of give up on everything and not continue to do what we love, which I also think is f**ked up,” Amber continued.

Amber said, “I just love all women and I just support everyone, regardless of their color, ethnicity, age, or anything like that. Because I’m a woman, therefore I’m going to speak what I want to say.” The former “Dancing with the Stars” contestant then urged the raptresses to “keep growing, just truly support each other, support [their] business, and be good to each other.”

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