Now, Banks is continuing the conversation on her own Instagram Story, posting early Tuesday morning (May 15). Others wonder aloud how her hits "Bodak Yellow" and the Migos-assisted "Drip, Drip" clambered atop the charts within the same timeline that awarded Kendrick Lamar a Pulitzer Prize.
One person who posted the video wrote that the owner of the boutique emptied the store so that Cardi B could shop in peace but now the Invasion of Privacy rapper is calling that statement bogus. "There was just this really, really, really intelligent conversation going on nationally and then everything just kind of changed and then it was like Cardi B".
I'm just talking about this caricature of a black woman that black women themselves would never be able to get away with.More news: Rob Kardashian Defends Ex-Girlfriend Rita Ora Over the "Girls" Backlash
"Just because I mix a few words up, forget to use commas or misspell a few words doesn't make me illiterate and doesn't make me stupid. If Nicki Minaj spelled like that, we would be ragging on her all day".
The soon-to-be mommy must have realized all of the drama was too much, because soon after, she deleted her Instagram account. I speak how I speak. I did not choose to be famous people choose me!
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"The difference between you and me is that I've never pretended to be something I am not!"
Next up, this video breaks down the lyrics to Childish Gambino's "This Is America".
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Cardi then hit Banks where it hurt, saying she doesn't stay true to herself while referencing that Banks previously admitted to bleaching her skin. She also pointed to Cardi B's success as a low point of female artistry, marking Beyonce's Lemonade as a peak.