Azealia Banks is clearly not about compromising for clout, even if that means she has to go against her own personal favorites. Standing firm with her beliefs, the Harlem native took to Twitter to cancel her barb membership after witnessing Nicki Minaj collaborate with Tekashi 6ix9ine for “FEFE.” Apparently, Banks is not comfortable with 6ix9ine’s past with a child sex crime, which he plead guilty to and finds the collab to be an automatic cosign of pedophilia by the “Chun-Li” femcee and it is not sitting with her well.

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“Too much for me. I’m deleting my barb card membership. She is officially over. Pedophilia is absolutely gross and evil. Anyone who supports that shit is a lunatic. I’m sorry. Dude gets convicted and you’re still trying to help him out of it? That is very dark,” Banks tweeted.

Minaj has not yet responded and there has been no indication if she ever will. The collaboration with 69 does not necessarily mean Nicki is a pedophile supporter, there is a possibility oversight plays a role. Strategic collaborations are currently hot for the barb army leader as the release of her fourth studio album Queen is on the horizon. Similar concerns were stressed back in January by her fan base when H&M faced mass backlash over the racist “coolest monkey” hoodie ad due to an endorsement deal she had with the retailer. Many vowed for the femcee to cut her ties with them, but time passed and the barbz are over it.


Now a former barb, will time heal Azealia Banks’ “FEFE” wound? Or, will time just have to pass?