After getting into a massive social media brawl with her nemesis Azealia Banks, Cardi B has decided to just delete her Instagram account! Yesterday, during a The Breakfast Club interview, Azealia called Cardi all kinds of names and their feud just escalated!
Aside from deleting her Instagram, the Bodak Yellow rapper has also made all of her tweets private so that they are no longer available to the public.
Not too long before the emcee got rid of her social media platform, Billboard claims that she posted: ‘I am from the hood. I speak how I speak I am how I am. I didn’t choose to be famous people choose me! People followed me on Instagram and people gave me a platform to introduce my talent.’
She went on: ‘I never asked to be an example or role model I do not want to change my ways because I am famous that is why I just mind my business. This is coming from a woman who bleached her skin but want to advocate. GOODBYE. I’m not apologizing or kill myself because of who I am.’
It seems like everything started with Banks’ interview on Friday when she called the expecting 25-year-old some really harsh things such as ‘illiterate, untalented rat’ as well as a ‘caricature of a black woman.’
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Referring to Beyonce’s Lemonade, Banks stated: ‘Two years ago, the conversation surrounding black women’s culture was reaching an all-time high. There was this really, really intelligent conversation going on nationally and then everything kind of changed and then it was like Cardi B.’
But that’s not all! Azealia labeled Cardi as a ‘poor man’s Nicki Minaj’ and even alleged that a ghostwriter came up with the lyrics for Bodak Yellow, the single that propelled her to the top of the rap game.
Cardi B shot back in a pretty elegant way, by sharing a video of Banks dancing to the said song in a club.
Also before deleting her Instagram, Cardi wrote a message to Azealia that read: ‘The difference between you and me is that I have never pretended to be something I’m not! I have made it to where I am for being myself and staying true to that.’