Azealia Banks didn't appreciate Ebro Darden calling for people to "uplift" Doja Cat during her scandal.
It's been quite a few days for Azealia Banks. Following Lana Del Rey's controversial remarks, Azealia stepped forward to reignite her beef with the singer. Iggy Azalea also caught the wrath of Azealia Banks over a song or two, then there was the revelation that she may have slept with Dave Chappelle, and when Doja Cat's scandal broke, it was the Hot Pink artist's turn. Videos of Doja in chat rooms using explicit, racist language and making disparaging remarks about black people began to circulate, and it didn't take long for the sleuths to find old tweets where she spoke negatively about marginalized groups of people.
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Tens of thousands of people have weighed in about Doja Cat's comments, and it didn't take long for her to become the target of Cancel Culture. Ebro Darden offered a suggestion in lieu of canceling Doja, saying she should be encouraged and educated about her blackness. Azealia Banks wanted to parts of that and blasted the popular host.
"Instead of canceling Doja Cat for having some weird fetish and identity issues," Ebro began. "Possible to uplift her and show her that being Black is beautiful? Im assuming she had no Black culture in her suburban wasteland and her white Mom couldn't help her. And chat rooms." Azealia responded, "Where the f*ck was this sympathy for me n*gga?" she wrote. "Old high yellow jiffy pop cornbread looking n*ggas stick together I see." Check it out below.