This little beef just keeps getting deeper and deeper. The issue between Sarah Palin and Azealia Banks all started because of an unsubstantiated article that painted Sarah Palin as a racist that said she thought black people liked slavery. This would cause Banks to go off with some derogatory tweets against Palin. Later, after Palin threatened Banks with a lawsuit, the New York rapper would semi apologize in a shady open apology letter. Well now, Sarah Palin’s daughter, Bristol Palin, has some comments for Azealia.

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Bristol wrote an open response to Azealia via her Patheos Blog. The younger Palin seemed to take issue with Azealia wishing that Sarah Palin get a train ran on her by black men. “I want to start off this post by saying I would never wish any of these threats on Azealia’s mother (or anyone’s mother for that matter),”wrote Bristol on her blog. “It is unfortunate people in my generation think they can do, and say, whatever they wish without any sort of consequence. There are consequences for every action you make Miss Bank$, and there will be consequences for your unimaginable threats.” Bristol also responded to Azealia’s insinuation that if Bristol listened to Bank’s music then Bristol wouldn’t have so many kids. Bristol cited Azealia Bank’s songs such as “Hood Bitch,” “P-U-S-S-Y,” “Queen of Clubs,” “Grand Scam,” or “Big Talk,” that seemed to be contrary of that belief.

Azealia hasn’t yet responded but we know it’s only a matter of time.

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Erikka is a NYC transplant by way of Philadelphia. She's a writer and media personality for The Radio Failed Podcast and has interviewed artists such as Mickey Factz, Dee1, and more!

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