Cardi B deactivated her Instagram amid Azealia Banks comments

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Cardi B has deleted her Instagram account and made her Twitter account private following a new batch of insults from Azealia Banks, with whom she has maintained an on-again, off-again feud.

After confirming her comments about calling Cardi illiterate, Banks gave more perspective to her point about black women losing intellectual ground after Beyonce and Solange's dynamic projects Lemonade and A Seat At The Table.

"Two years ago, the conversation surrounding black women's culture was really reaching an all-time high", Banks said, talking about Beyonce's 2016 album, "Lemonade".

Banks continued, "I'm just talking about this caricature of a black woman that black women themselves would never be able to get away with". Back in September, Banks called Cardi a "poor man's Nicki Minaj", and also accused her of using a ghostwriter for her big hit "Bodak Yellow".

Last night Cardi B posted a lengthy response and then decided it's time to turn her attention elsewhere.

The eccentric rapper blasted Cardi Friday for being a caricature and shamed her over her spelling and grammar.

One of the moments from this Azealia Banks Breakfast Club interview now trending is the rapper's thoughts on Cardi B.

Exhausted of being ragged on, Cardi took to social media to address Banks' interview. "GOODBYE. Im not apologizing or kill myself because of who I am".

"I'm from the hood". I know we're not monolithic, but come on...

Despite her current beef, Banks wasn't always a Cardi hater. "You think your [sic] advocating for women and your [sic] doing the opposite", she added.

In her statement, Cardi references Banks' admission to bleaching her skin and the former shots she took at Beyoncé, Rihanna, and other rappers. The mom-to-be pointed out that she didn't "choose to be famous", but that people followed her on Instagram and made her so.

"I can do both, and speak two languages fluently". I pray you find peace in your own heart and reason in your own mind. "The fact that your overall statistic-ness is being merited as success is a clear indication that the suits backing you are using you as a weapon against black women's consciousness and culture".