Azealia Banks already facing fallout from her latest Twitter beef.

Weeks after suggesting that Sarah Palin should be gang raped, and days after endorsing Donald Trump, Harlem musician Azealia Banks is making waves on Twitter yet again. This time, Banks engaged in a Twitter feud with former One Direction crooner Zayn Malik, after she claimed that the singer borrowed inspiration for his “Like I Would” music video from one of her visuals.

The feud, which resulted in Banks’ name trending worldwide on Twitter, began innocently enough, with the rapper referring to Malik as “a cutie pie” in her initial post.

“Damn Zayn be mood boarding the fuck of out me .. I’m not mad about this though. Zayn is a cutie pie,” Banks wrote in the caption to a photo showcasing the similarities between her music video and Zayn’s.

Things took a swift turn for the worst when Malik received word of Banks’ allegations and issued an indirect response to the singer/rapper.

“No lies … I see you reaching but I don’t care…My @’s too good for you,” Zayn Malik wrote in two separate tweets.

After calling out Malik’s fans for harassment, Banks went on to refer to the singer as a “token sand nigga,” “PUNJAB,” and “faggot” in a series of tweets.

“Token sand nigga pout: ‘I was the least celebrated in the white boy group because I’m brown’…’Trying to make myself known but I’m still known as the token sand nigga from 1D’…LOL @ZAYNMALIK IS A FAGGOT,” Banks wrote in several tweets. reports that as a result of Banks’ rant, the musician has been dropped from the U.K.’s Born & Bred festival.

A handful of tweets from Azealia Banks versus Zayn Malik (and fans), can be found below.

Damn Zayn be mood boarding the fuck of out me ?.. I’m not mad about this though. Zayn is a cutie pie

A photo posted by Azealia Banks (@azealiabanks) on