Azealia Banks Makes These Daring Claims About Kanye West And Teyana Taylor

Azealia Banks Makes These Daring Claims About Kanye West And Teyana Taylor

It all started over Teyana's "flop of a gay anthem."

Published January 28th

Controversial Harlem-bred femcee Azealia Banks refuses to let the smoke clear from her latest problematic outbursts, and now she’s throwing shade at Kanye West and Teyana Taylor just days after Mrs. Shumpert dropped the highly anticipated visual for her single “WTP.” The video for Teyana’s song is an ode to her LGBTQ fan base and ballroom culture. While the majority of her fans lost their sh*t when the mini-movie dropped, Azealia feels it was simply a ploy to capture her attention.

Azealia dropped “Anna Wintour,” her Junior Sanchez-produced “subtly spiritual ballroom bop,” last spring, months before Teyana released her critically acclaimed album K.T.S.E.. Now, according to Azealia, Ye is trying to enlist her producer for the “WTP” remix.

  1. Last November, she exposed Mr. West in a riveting tirade about his wife and Drake...

    However, this wasn't the first time Azealia needed to air out West's dirty laundry. In May of 2018, the "212" femcee accused Ye of mistreating those who worked closely with him, and as far as that exposé from last fall is concerned, she read him for filth because she was "sick of Kanye and his shenanigans." Apparently, Ye is "proving a point" by allegedly recruiting Sanchez for what Azealia calls Teyana's "flop of a gay anthem" and believes that the "No Manners" songstress devised the plan because Kanye "pays her dust."

  2. Furthermore, Azealia feels it's "shady industry sh*t," and they could've just "asked her" to do the remix

    "Say you want an Azealia Banks remix. The gays would live for it. The two Harlem girls? They woulda lived for it. I've always made myself available. That's really what you want. You don't want a Junior Sanchez remix," she said.

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  3. Fans, on the other hand, strongly disagree that "WTP" was a flop

    So, the real question is... you big mad or nah?

Written by Mya Abraham

(Photos from left: Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images, Sergi Alexander/Getty Images, Brian Ach/Getty Images)


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