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Rapper Azealia Banks just started a war and we don’t think she’s ready for battle. The “212″ lady rhymer had some strong words for the King of the South T.I. about his wife Tiny. Never one to back down from a war of words, T.I. read Azealia Banks for filth via his Instagram account.

Here’s how it all started. Azealia Banks is still holding on to some old beef she had with T.I.’s former artist Iggy Azalea. Azealia Banks took issue with the Australian rapper calling herself a runaway slave catcher in an old song. However, after the two exchanged words, things seemed to die down. That is until Iggy Azalea and T.I. released their new song “No Mediocre” yesterday. When Banks heard the song, she took to her Twitter for some choice words. Azealia Banks tweeted, “U want no mediocre … Have you seen your wife?” The tweet has since been deleted.

It seems T.I. just caught wind of Azealia Banks’ disrespect because he went straight postal on her via his Instagram account. T.I. posted a video still from one of his rival’s videos and captioned it with a scathing warning about talking about his family. “U musty-mouthed-thot-bot-bad-body-syphilis-lipped-rectum-vomit-unimportant-ugggggly-monstrosity-of-a-maggot-ass BIIIIIIIITCCHHHH!!!!!! If u speak ill of my family again….. I WILL END YOU!!!!!! #OnPHIL #OnDOE#NoBuuulllshit people fall down stairs daily…. U better watch yo step,u ungly-ass Gremlin-baby#nerveofdisCretin #fuckouttahea,” the Grand Hustle leader wrote.

UPDATE: Things are happening between the two artists as we type. We went to check Azealia Banks’ Twitter to see if she had responded and respond she did. You can catch all of the drama below.

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