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After Angel Haze unleashed her wrath on Azealia Banks after a Twitter spat, Banks fires back with the Machinedrum-produced “No Problems.” 


Although this record is high-energy and dance heavy like most of her songs, she saves some choice words for Haze calling her “a sloppy d*ke,” “ham in the pig shack,” among other things.

She said on her Twitter page that after finding out about Angel Haze allegedly recording the song months before their altercation yesterday as opposed to her claims of recording it twenty minutes after the argument.

“@angelhaze and u said u made it in 20 mins!!! it was recorded in 2012!!! plan your publicity stunts better!” Banks tweeted with this picture. Haze responded by saying that the beat was created in 2012, which is why that year was on that file name. Banks responded by saying she spoke to Diplo, the producer of Haze’s “On The Edge” record, and said she did indeed write the record months ago and he had nothing to do with it.

Get a listen to Banks’ response record, “No Problems” down after the artwork.



Photo: Dazed And Confused