Azealia Banks seems to have figured out that nothing beats controversy when you're trying to promote yourself. Ever since she first began gaining notice, the NYC rapper has gotten attention for antagonizing other stars--ranging from Kreayshawn to Nicki Minaj. But ever since Australian rapper Iggy Azalea made XXL's 2012 Freshman cover--which Banks did not--Azealia has decided to make a full-time job out of taking shots at the Aussie rapper.
But once superstar T.I.--who is Iggy's mentor and who is executive producing her debut album--made some cracks about Banks--it was open season on the King of the South.
"Lol I NEVER needed the next n***a to sit up on a radio show with me and defend me.," she tweeted. "Ahahahhahahahahahahahahahaaaaaa"
"Furthermore, n***as r sitting up here trying to mask/defend what homegirl said. F*ck outta here," Banks continued. "Everybody got something slick to say, but no one got an explanation."
"Come on T.I.... N***as is not scared of u and whatever sh*t u got to say on some radio show," Banks tweeted. @tip you corny for that one."
"LMFAOO how u a grown man commenting on what's going on between two girls?" she added. "Come on son. Stop it."