“Sisters don’t steal, sisters share.”

Despite initially proclaiming it “exactly what pop culture needed“, Azealia Banks has slammed Beyoncé’s Lemonade as “anti-feminist”.

Banks accused Bey of perpetuating the “heartbroken black female narrative” in a series of tweets.

The ‘212’ rapper criticised Beyoncé’s “stupidity” for staying “crying over a man” and accused her of co-opting artists’ ideas without giving due credit, calling her a “poacher” and a “thief.”

Banks later tweeted that “feminism has nothing to do with black women” and took to Periscope to discuss her position.

Yesterday Banks also dropped the video for her new single ‘The Big Big Beat’, which tributes her NYC hometown. Watch that video below.



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