Azealia Baпks Criticizes Beyoпcé’s ‘Cowboy Carter,’ Tells Her to ‘Just F***iпg Retire’

Azealia Banks Criticizes Beyoncé’s ‘Cowboy Carter,’ Tells Her to ‘Just F***ing Retire’

Weeks after attacking Beyoncé for “white woman cosplay,” Banks shares her feedback on ‘Cowboy Carter.’

Tim Mosenfelder

Azealia Banks shared a scathing review of Beyoncé’s new album Cowboy Carter.

Shortly after the album’s March 29 release, Yung Rapunxel offered some scorching critiques about the project in her Instagram Stories, addressing collaborations on the LP, calling the themes “redundant,” and saying the lyrics were “really forced.”

“Album is too long…. Plus who is this imaginary adversary sis thinks still wants to hump on j in 2024?” Banks said, referencing Jay-Z and Bey’s Cowboy Carter remake of “Jolene.” “She’s gotta find new content. Nobody, and I mean NOBODY thinks he’s even remotely attractive….. Lol.”

After complimenting the album’s production and engineering, along with Bey’s “most sonically cool attempt at being artsy,” Banks argued that the effort was better than the album’s output. Banks also considered Miley Cyrus’ guest appearance on Cowboy Carter “on brand” but inauthentic, writing, “We know those two are not kicking it on the regular.”

Banks pinpointed what she considered collaborators more fitting for Cowboy Carter, like former Destiny’s Child member Kelly Rowland, Taylor Swift, KT Tunstall, Kacey Musgraves, and production from Dr. Luke. Tunstall co-signed the suggested collaboration.

After adding that she “doesn’t like rapyonce,” Banks concluded, “Dozed off again, now I’m going to sleep.”

Banks followed up with a video on her IG Stories, telling Beyoncé, “If you want to retire…just fucking retire.”

“You supposed to be getting better and you’re just like, I don’t know, you’re submitting to some other shit. I fell asleep on the shit last night,” she added.



This follows Banks’ previous critiques of the Houston legend for doing “white woman cosplay.” On X, after a user wrote that Beyoncé got “condos” in Banks’ head, the Harlem native claimed that the singer’s last five albums were all “azealia banks tributes.”

As the commentary went downhill, Banks wrote, “Like I seeeeee all ur stylists following my page. I notice all the weird Lil signals. Intro to Texas hold em video is literally beginning of heavy metal and reflective. All ur dancers talking about you warming up to yung rapunxel. Stop being weird sis.”




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