Speaking of needing Attention, here’s Azealia. This isn’t really surprising considering Azealia hates, well, everything… but here we go again with another unwarranted attack on fellow artists.
Azealia Banks has a lot of bitterness and hate in her heart. Her career didn’t necessarily go according to plan (most due to her mouth) as she was seemingly blackballed by the industry for her numerous defamatory comments about… everyone. Banks is undeniably talented, and she brought a different take on rap in the 2010s, but her mouth continues getting her into trouble and reminding us of why things didn’t pan out.
Azealia will always make her voice heard and she is back to targeting Doja Cat. In the past, Banks has taken her fair share of digs at the ‘Planet Her’ artist, and while it is unclear why Banks decided to erupt on Doja in the first place, Banks has maintained that she is the brighter star. In previous attacks she has not only stated that Doja “makes music for 10 year old” but she’s even went as far as fat-shaming her. Now, she’s directing her attention to Doja’s latest single. (Pun totally intended)
Doja released her single ‘Attention’ earlier today and Azealia wasted no time letting her thoughts be heard on it, calling it “try hard” and that it’s giving “biracial identity crisis.”
“I really be wanting to like doja’s music but it’s all just soo0 try hard,” she began. “Her first album was actuallv cool as hell… it was her own authentic art voice..doja doesn’t have the theater training/autentic hunger needed to seamlessly be the master go genre she’s trying to be. She sounds like a white girl that grew up in a house LOL,” she wrote before continuing.
“It’s not giving that pissy stairwell/bacon egg and/Cheese/vanilla Dutch nyc energy she’s reaching for. It’s also def a cali thing, California rap culture is simply just not as dynamic/impactful/swagged out as east coast southern rap culture shit. It’s like purposely inoffensive and caters to paper shoe tom and matted hair Abigail. Doja Lamar is not the artistic statement she wants it to be :(”
Azealia’s long-winded review didn’t stop there but we’ll let you read the rest for yourself and let us know your thoughts. Honestly, Doja is certainly not the first and won’t be the last that Banks gives her critiques on so it’s probably best to ignore her. Do you think she made any points here or is she just being her usual hateful self?