Miss Azealia Banks isn’t afraid to speak her piece we all know that but this time she decides to drag Queen B! Click More for the rest of the tea!

By: Chinyere Anokwute
Even with all the success and praise of LEMONADE, Azealia Banks still finds a way to bash the Queen Bey. Banks took twitter on a rampage on Monday with series of tweets pertaining to LEMONADE. Banks stated that Beyonce’s message is unclear and she keeps trying to push the heartbroken black female narrative. Basically meaning she is tired of singers strictly talking about getting over the cheating guy or being second choice. While I agree with her point inference to Beyonce’s tour cost and how they should be lowered for her direct audience, she however has touched upon the issues of #BLACKLIVESMATTER and Black Women empowerment. In Freedom she sings in the chorus

Freedom! Freedom! I can’t move, Freedom, cut me loose!
Freedom! Freedom! Where are you? Cause I need freedom too! I break chains all by myself. Won’t let my freedom rot in hell Hey! I’ma keep running Cause a winner don’t quit on themselves

even Kendrick Lamar, the feature on this song raps

Honestly guidin’ me, I could be more than I gotta be, Stole from me, lied to me, nation hypocrisy. Code on me, drive on me. Wicked, my spirit inspired me. Like yeah, open correctional gates in higher desert Yeah, open our mind as we cast away oppression.

Now they are not direct statements on #BLACKLIVESMATTER but the context clues in her video and in between the lines of the song show it. There is no understatement that Banks is outspoken and hard to complex to understand. She is a definition of Pro-Black! Once you start dimensioning platforms from your own people (Beyonce, Wale, Erykah Badu) you take away from the real issues which Beyonce perfectly executed in LEMONADE. Take a look at the tweets from Banks in the gallery along with images of Beyonce’s Freedom video in LEMONADE. Tell me what you think on my social media or the comments!

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