Azealia Banks is thinking of pursuing legal action against Wendy Williams. The Harlem rhymer reportedly went on Instagram to announce that she is suing the talk show queen in 2018.

Earlier this year, during her “Hot Topics” segment, Williams talked about Banks’ feud with Remy Ma and implied that Banks may be a prostitute. Banks caught wind of Williams’ comments and went on her IG page to deliver her legal threat.

"The last five years taught me when you're an Azealia Banks stan, you can make it thru anything, she wrote in the caption of a photo featuring Williams.

"TOUGH AS STEEL... Wendy is getting sued top of 2018," she finished.

Reps for Wendy Williams have not yet responded to Banks' legal threat.

Meanwhile, Banks also went on her Instagram page to apologize to Beyoncé, according to The Source. Last year, Banks got stung by the Beyhive after she called the R&B superstar a thief and called her Lemonade album trash.

In her now-since deleted letter, Banks apologizes to Queen Bey for criticizing her.

"I apologize for throwing tantrums in the past. They totally came from a place of feeling left out," she wrote. "You've inspired so much of the way I think about/value you myself as a performer and I ADORE you. Your presence in the art world and on earth is supernatural and and am so so so inspired by you."

"YOU DESERVE THE BEST. You deserve the finest things in life AND FINEST ART the art world has to offer. What's mine is yours... anything you want of my art, etc YOU CAN HAVE," she continued. "I would give you the clothes off of my back girl!! Thank you for always making the little black girl in me smile. You've truly always been a beacon of light for me and I'm so so humbled by this. Love, Azealia."

Beyoncé has not responded to Banks' missive. Let's hope that in 2018 Banks focuses on her music and not throw shade at rappers and singers.

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