In a totally tacky and just downright nasty move, '1991' singer Azealia banks called Lily Allen’s children “ugly” and claimed that Allen had a cocaine habit, 'cause Banks has nothing better to do than pick fights over Twitter. It’s not like she has an album to release or anything.
Taking a page from the “Amanda Bynes Playbook,” Banks responded to Allen’s tweet from last year, “YOURE ALL JUST JEALOUS CAUSE IM SOOOOOOOO FUCKING BEAUTIFUL AND HAVE SUCH A PRETTY FACE” with “@fabulousoa weak... she can't talk though. Not when I met her coked up at yoyo... And NOT with that ugly husband she has.”
@fabulousoa weak... she can't talk though. Not when I met her coked up at yoyo... And NOT with that ugly husband she has.
— YUNG RAPUNXEL (@AZEALIABANKS) July 8, 2013
Allen brushed it off, tweeting: “@AZEALIABANKS @fabulousoa better not be, meh.” But class act Banks kept attacking: “@lilyrosecooper your husband looks like a thumb.”
@lilyrosecooper your husband looks like a thumb.
— YUNG RAPUNXEL (@AZEALIABANKS) July 11, 2013
Lily struck back with “Not even gonna @ her but if she wants to talk about weak, I'm sure her record sales to date should suffice. One hit wonder.” You feel that Azealia? That’s a burn! Allen then tweeted “And my husband ? Don't go there bitch Or your totally unnecessary security detail may actually have something to worry about #wannabe” I’m a proponent of nonviolence, but I would pay good money to see those two scrap. Allen followed up with, “Ps we all need thumbs.”
Not even gonna @ her but if she wants to talk about weak , I'm sure her record sales to date should suffice. One hit wonder. — lilyrosecooper (@lilyrosecooper) July 11, 2013
Banks, who doesn’t know when she’s been beaten, lashed out again, this time with: “@lilyrosecooper LOL ill be a one hit wonder but you have ugly children and a coke habit..... Shhhhhhh. #SHUTUP #ATMJAMISON.“ Allen understands how to be the bigger person, and responded: “Okay Amanda , whatevs. #musthaveasongcomingout.”
The winner? Allen came out on top, because the one way to win a Twitter feud is to be the first person to disengage.