Azealia Banks knows she’s Twitter’s hot mess female counterpart to Kanye West. People she’s defending then dissing change as frequently as Fetty Wap’s baby mama drama, so her arguments rarely even hold any weight. No one knows what she’s doing over there.
One person she’s confused about, for example, is Rihanna. Last year, Azealia was singing her praises. Now, her Twitter fingers are here to make a jab at Ri’s latest project “Work,” her new video with Drake. It may be the public calling of a desperado. It may be low to diss another female’s, well, work. It’s also just flat-out rude. But there’s no denying her observation is valid AF.
In her original tweet, which, surprise, surprise, has been deleted, she points out that the “Work” video is similar to Beyonce’s 2002 video for “Baby Boy” featuring Sean Paul:
Azealia Banks tweeted this shade to Rihanna, but later deleted it. pic.twitter.com/T1wvtEnfei
— Pop Crave (@PopCrave) February 22, 2016
Amidst the thirsty madness, though, lies the truth:
The videos open with the leading ladies doing sexual dance moves in a room of dark red hues.
They’re in a bumping party. Presumably in someone’s basement.
Everyone is sweating pretty profusely.
Then comes the guy with girls on girls on girls.
And this intimate realness.
Also breaking it down for us in a new scenic view.