Notoriously blunt rapper Azealia Banks is not the biggest fan of Iggy Azalea, or Iggy's Grand Hustle mentor ,T.I., and she's blaming the latter and the "white media" for fostering what she deems a racially charged bias.
According to Banks, the media should have covered the viral disagreement between her and T.I. and the "Whatever You Like" rapper should have defended his protégé during her nasty beef with Snoop Dogg.
The uncomfortable exchange the "212" rapper is referring to began with a photo posted to Instagram with Snoop making fun of the Australian rapper's appearance. After Azalea blasted the "Doggystyle" rapper via Twitter, he proceeded to verbally attack her in an Instagram video that raised many eyebrows.
Though Snoop and Iggy have since made up, Azealia is still unsettled with the amount of attention and sympathy that the "Black Widow" rapper is receiving.
"Where was the white media when T.I. threatened to push me down the stairs though?" Banks tweeted, "And why isn't T.I. jumping down Snoop's throat? But will jump at a chance to say anything to me?... Lol, the dynamics of Urban media and the Urban world just make me laugh."
T.I., Snoop Dogg or Iggy Azalea have not yet addressed Banks's comments.
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