A teenager took Azealia Banks to school.
On Tuesday, Banks called out Zayn Malik in his "Like I Would" music video because she felt it was reminiscent of her video for "Chasing Time." Sure, there was a couple of instances where the imagery appeared similar, but nothing to squawk about.
Malik caught wind of Banks' comparison and Tweeted her: "No lies ... I see you reaching but I don't care. My @'s too good for you."
This in turn enraged Banks, who threw a heap of homophobic and racial slurs towards Malik, like a “token sand nigga” and a "hairy curry scented bitch."
Banks' meltdown caught the attention of 14-year-old Internet sensation Skai Jackson, who snatched Banks' weave and schooled her on manners.
Banks deleted everything, but the Internet is forever. See the exchange below:
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