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'It's so funny to wake up and see nicki and Miley or nicki and taylor fighting when you ALL make basic a** music,' the controversial raptress tweeted as she weighed in on the three's VMA feud.
'While currently filming numerous television shows, readying my businesses and working on my new album, I simply cannot overexert myself anymore than I already am,' Michelle explains the cancellation.
The upcoming hip-hop musical film will focus on an aspiring rapper Coco and mark Azealia Banks' first starring role on big screen.
The Harlem raptress was performing 'Miss Amor' off her 2014 album when she stopped the music to scold people in the crowd who fought near the stage.
A source claims to have seen the duo hugging and holding hands at the Nylon Midnight Garden party on Friday, April 10.
'He's so fine. Those big-ass white teeth and ears hanging off his head?' so Banks gushes about her adoration for President Obama.
The Harlem raptress wears a Medusa-style crown and leads a cyborg army during a battle with multi-colored objects popping out of a volcano in the visuals.
The 23-year-old rapper says in a candid interview with Playboy that she wants to leave the U.S. because she hates 'everything about this country' and 'fat white Americans.'
The video, directed by Nick Ace and Rob Soucy, enables viewers to control Banks' face and become the background of the video.
Azealia announced through her Twitter that she's quitting the social media site for Lent.
Banks calls Badu 'old' and accuses her of throwing shade at her after the singer implies she doesn't really understand the Harlem raptress' music.
Playboy has confirmed, Banks posed in 'frisky pictorial that's sure to break the Internet' with the help of famed photographer Ellen Von Unwerth.
The raptress shows no remorse for posting a picture of her wearing white face makeup, tweeting, 'Lol u crackers wish I cared enough to be doing whiteface.'
The '212' rapper writes on Twitter, ' 'When we don't respect ourselves how can we expect them to respect us' dumbest s**t I've ever heard a black man say.'
Anonymous hackers who used Twitter handler @TheAnonMessage have threatened to release still images from an alleged sex tape of the 'Fancy' rapper if she doesn't issue a public apology to Azealia.