RuPaul’s ‘Call Me Mother’ Returns To Spotify Amidst Azealia Banks Drama

Published: Wednesday 6th Jun 2018 by David

Azealia Banks has another thing coming if she thinks RuPaul is going to credit her for her work without a fight!

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Fans of the creatives have watched the pair clash over claims that Ru shamelessly stole pieces from Banks’ ‘The Big Big Beat‘ to erect his track ‘Call Me Mother.’

Yesterday, after several streaming sites pulled the latter from its servers, Paul revealed that he had found a way to get around Azealia’s legal muscle and had succeeded in throwing it back up on the likes of Spotify.


Banks’ Twitter account disappeared shortly after…much to the delight of Ru’s fans.

Some remained horrified by their feeling that Banks is being  bully a black woman seeking justice:

The drama continues. In the meanwhile, what are…

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  1. DanYiel Iman June 6, 2018

    I’ve never heard Azealia Banks version so I’m lost totally!!

    • gina June 6, 2018

      Ive never heard of azelia banks so im lost with you lol

  2. Aj June 6, 2018

    This whole debate is ignorant. Race has nothing to do with it. Facts should be established first… artists often have songs written and produced for them so it is unfair to assume that RuPaul knowingly plagiarized Banks. He might not have been aware that the song in the form he was given plagiarized Banks.

    Second, its unlikely he listens to her as an artist so i doubt he knowingly performed in her style.

    Thirdly, it should be dealt with independently by the two artists themselves.

    Finally, to call RuPaul a hypocrite re: his views on a trans person taking part in the show is unfair. There have been trans queens such as peppermint who were open about it on the show. He also apologised for his comments. AB has been calling black women b****** and slagging off the LGBT comunity for years. Funny how she gets praise but others get called bullies for calling her trash (she’s said much worse)

  3. Steve June 6, 2018

    Yassssssss Mama Ru!

  4. Caribbean Native June 6, 2018

    Wow this is blatant theft come on why y’all defending that old ass man

  5. Audreyherbsburm June 6, 2018

    They’re reaching. This is not a black woman issue. This is not a racial issue. This is not a gender issue. Azealia banks is a bully and this is ONE case where she is not… people don’t care about HER

  6. Joelle June 6, 2018

    this is stupid… JUST because Ru’s song goes to AB’s track does not mean she was copied in any way at all. There is similarities to both tracks but thats as far as it goes. Ru’s style is very drag/Gay which AB kind of relies on so….. besides the song was written and produced for Ru to perform not like he had anything to do with it, he liked it..recorded it end of story.

  7. lmao June 6, 2018

    lmao where is all this energy when its time to buy her music? or even stream it? lmfaooooo mama ru wins again!

  8. ??? June 6, 2018

    lmao mama ru said nice try sweetie, now sashay away & dont come for MOTHER lmfaoooooooo

  9. Tray2 June 6, 2018

    My thoughts are that AB is a bully who stole that beat from ball room and that Ru samples the same song she did. It’s that simple. Your homophobia is jumping out with the way you’re obscuring facts though TGJ. Do better. Maybe support the black q**** man being attacked by a bigoted woman and her ashy followers?

  10. gio88 June 6, 2018

    nobody listen to her music but knows exactly who she is LOL when media attention give her more attention than her music , and btw i still don’t udnerstand why she is excused because she does “good music” , if she was white she would be banned from …..EVERYWHERE

  11. Miss J June 6, 2018

    First Zayn stole her video concept and now Rupaul stole her beat and flow. The b**** is right, they love dismissing and tearing down black women when we stand up for our rights and work. Take it to court girl. It is our own black men who do the most to destroy black women!

  12. Davide Laffe June 6, 2018

    you cant steal tempo… I guess when someone says “Guess whose back in the house” y’all dont remember when snoop has said it.. or other people. the songs tempo is the same and thats it…

  13. Caleb June 6, 2018

    Judging from these tweets you would think Azealia Banks was the most influential artist of our times.

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