The femcee just released a Araab Muzik produced track entitled “Succubi” coming at her fellow Harlem native.
She addresses the Dipset rapper in the bars:
“Designer clothes, attention his stares. You’re a man though, why would you care (BOY). You’re not a fan though, cool off my air. My man hoe cum Jones on his dildo, why the pull on your hair? Yeah, look at this queer. His booty prepared, your oozie is where?”
“Liar, liar, never fucking fire, fire. Here’s a reminder hymen. True life, stole all your chains? (Yes). Max B, rode all your flames? (Yes). Montana, rode on your wave? (Bet) Kill a chord you a lame.”
And she tops the track off with:
“It takes a Harlem bitch, to execute a Harlem bitch. You pop shit, I pop shit no problem bitch.”
The beef began on none other than Twitter over the origin of the term “Vamp.”
“@jimjonescapo don’t be tryna take no credit Holmes.”
And Capo replied with:
“Knock it off please learn more about Harlem before u start vampin lol jokes enjoy ur day keep #vampin”
The twitter squable ended with Jim referring to Azealia as a “slore.” and now it looks like she has taken to the wax or shall we say digital wax, to fire back. This morning she responded to critics, tweeting:
Check out the diss record above! Does Azealia have all right to come at Jimmy?
The 21 year old also released a sneak peek of her new video Van Vogue, a single off of her EP 1991. Peep it below!