Azealia Banks tells Nicki Minaj to ‘decrease her butt size’ in lengthy Facebook rant

Banks also tells her fellow rapper to "slim down" and compares her to McDonalds.

Azealia Banks has attacked fellow rapper Nicki Minaj in a lengthy – and now deleted – Facebook post.

Fan-made screen-grabs show that Banks suggested Minaj should “slim down a bit” and “decrease [her] butt size”. She also compared her fellow rapper to McDonalds and accused her of ripping off Lady Gaga.

“McDonalds sells a lot of burgers but no one is telling McDonald’s that they’re the pinnacle of cuisine and taste. This is true of you,” Banks wrote. “You run around the meadow collecting all the low hanging fruit so you may turn around and congratulate yourself for having the most fruit, but all of the fruit is mealy and mushy.”

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Banks also appeared to taunt Minaj by claiming she has made a “banger” with the ‘Starships’ rapper’s ex, Safaree Samuels.

“Cheers to female rap!” Banks said in her sign-off. Check out screen-grabs of the full post below.

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Fans are now speculating that Banks decided to take aim at her fellow rapper because her new video game, ‘Nicki Minaj: The Empire’, features a female rapper character called Fan2Sea. Banks’ debut mixtape, released in 2012, was called ‘Fantasea’. Check out a screen-grab from Minaj’s mobile game below.

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This isn’t the first time Banks has criticised Minaj. Last year, amid Minaj’s VMA-related disagreements with Miley Cyrus and Taylor Swift, Banks accused all three of making “basic ass music”.

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Meanwhile, Minaj has recently come under fire for sharing footage that some claim shows her mocking a mentally ill woman.

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