WOC Talents Cardi B, Azelia Banks, Rita Ora + Feud Over Degrading Cultural Dialogue

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Good goddess! Just three weeks ago, AOC had rapper Cardi B educating us on the Roosevelts. She named every American president backwards, or something to that effect. We extolled her intelligence, very abundant in her May 2018 GQ interview with Caity Weaver.

And now, all hell broke lose in an verbal-only brawl between Azelia Banks -- representing intelligent, cultivated women rappers like her -- and Cardi B, who reminds her of an "illiterate, untalented rat" and a "caricature of a black woman."

Banks continued in her Friday interview on the popular radio program 'The Breakfast Club' with her main argument: "Two years ago, the conversation surrounding black women’s culture was really reaching an all-time high. There was just this really, really, really intelligent conversation going on nationally and then everything just kind of changed and then it was like Cardi B.”

Cardi B had a few choice words about Banks in response, defending herself, her rapper personal and her musical style, saying:

Rita Ora Is Not Your Average Pop Star In Rory Payne Images For Sunday Times Style May 6, 2018

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Rita Ora covers 'The Sunday Times Style UK' May 6, 2018, billed as 'Rita Ora: Fiercer Than Your Average Pop Star'. Ora is styled by Vanessa Coyle in modern architecture shapes in classic colors, lensed by Rory Payne.

Yasmin, Rita, Jourdan, Irina & Claudia Share 'A Night on the Town with Donatella Versace' For Vogue UK

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Models and talents Yasmin Le Bon, Rita Ora, Jourdan Dunn, Irina Shayk and Claudia Schiffer gather with Versace's Donatella Versace in 'A Night on the Town with Donatella Versace'. Photographer Sean Thomas is behind the lens for British Vogue April 2018./ Makeup by Lotten Holmqvist