Lil Nas X Seemingly Responds to Azealia Banks' Plea for Collab After She Dissed Him

In a social media post, Banks insists that Nas X 'must be on this song' so they can 'feast on these h*e a** n***as' and that she has 'sixth sense' which makes her understand 'what the gays truly want.'

AceShowbiz - Lil Nas X apparently has responded to Azealia Banks' desire to work together with him in a studio. Banks begged the "MONTERO (Call Me By Your Name)" hitmaker for a collab after she previously dissed him.

Making use of his Twitter account on Sunday, July 31, the "INDUSTRY BABY" hitmaker tweeted, "i'm so tired of the universe humbling me." He went on, "i'm about to come up there to the astral plane and beat some of y'all a**es fr!"

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Lil Nas X tweeted after Azealia Banks begged him to make a collab.

His tweet arrived after Banks publicly asked him for a collaboration. On early Sunday, she contacted Nas X via her Instagram Story, begging him to jump on a track with her that she seemed to think will change the world.

"@lilnasx I got the one," she began. "Like, the one one. No like, the gworlz are *actually* going to s**t themselves. Like it's really a wrap for a lot of mf**kas," she further told the 23-year-old, "You must be on this song so we can feast on these h*e a** n***as."

Not stopping there, in a follow-up Story, Banks went on to brag about her "sixth sense" that she described as "a way of knowing/having precisely what the gays *truly* want." She added, "Never pandering. Just giving the give... I'm really gayer than all y'all lmfaoooooo." Her final statements on the unreleased track were, "Cause I really hit the f**king nail on the head with this one..."

Last year, Nas X confessed that he's reluctant to work with Banks musically though he admitted that he's a fan of her. "Azealia s**ts on me too much, though!" the "Old Town Road" spitter said during an interview with GQ. He further shared, "And I think it's funny in a way. I still love Azealia Banks' music."

Though Nas X didn't name any specific incidents between the two, it's possible he could be referring to the 2019 moment when Banks dissed both him and Lizzo. At the time, the "Luxury" singer said that both Nas X and Lizzo "are new and listen to execs."

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