Azealia Banks hopped on Instagram live last night for a stream of conscious rant. She scolded Nicki Minaj for working with “white b*tch” Doja Cat and scrutinised Nicki’s beef with Cardi B. She also boasted of sleeping with loads of powerful men.

Nicki Minaj recently achieved her first ever Billboard number one single with a guest appearance on Doja Cat’s ‘Say So’ remix. Banks is not fond of Doja Cat, who she repeatedly called a “white b*tch.” “[Nicki] for all the fucking mouth you have for Cardi B for talking shit about black women, and now you quiet because you got your little number one with this white b*tch,” she said.

Doja Cat’s estranged father is of South African Zulu ethnicity, however she was raised by her Jewish-American mother. She’s recently been in hot water for allegedly making racist remarks in alt-right chatrooms. She denied the allegations, but apologised for being in the “racist incel” chat rooms in the first place.

Banks is not convinced. “You made a whole radio show about how Cardi B is bad for black women,” she said to Nicki. And now Minaj is working with a biracial pop star with a racist history? “I’m just very disappointed in you,” said Banks. “You selling out, keeping quiet.”

Banks then changed the subject to her history of sleeping with powerful men. “I have actually fucked a lot of fucking very powerful fucking men,” she said. “And you will fucking gag if I spill all the fucking tea and ruin all the fucking marriages.”

Then, presumably forgetting she has more than half a million IG followers, she said this: “Dave Chappelle, I should ruin your fucking marriage. I should tell the fucking world that we fucked. That we fucked,” she said a second time, before laughing. “You got some good dick though.”

Later she seemed to pull back on the idea of ruining his marriage, though the damage was done. “No. Dave Chappelle can fuck me again. That was some good black dick. And that n***a’s a legend.”

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