The female emcee reveals on Twitter that she has reached out to Spotify bosses and persuaded them to take RuPaul’s track off the streaming service.
Azealia Banks is celebrating after allegedly persuading Spotify bosses to pull a RuPaul tune she claims rips off her song The Big Big Beat.
Banks claims the drag superstar’s 2016 release, Call Me Mother, is a copy of her Slay-Z mix-tape track, and she has taken to social media to state her case, revealing she has already reached out to Spotify bosses and persuaded them to take RuPaul’s track off the streaming service.
Tweeting RuPaul and bragging about the song removal, Azealia wrote: “You will not step on my little black girl toes b***h. You will take your razor bumps and pumps to the nearest laser hair removal clinic and seethe.”
The rapper added: “I’m disappointed in him first and foremost as a black person. He was supposed to have my back. But he went with popular white gay sentiment and felt like I was disposable enough to steal from and discard.”
Banks is now hoping to get Call Me Mother removed from Apple Music sites.
It’s not clear if Banks is planning any legal action, but RuPaul has yet to publicly respond to the allegations.
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