Singer Beyonce poses in the press room with her awards for Best Music Video for "Formation" and Best Urban Contemporary Album for Lemonade" at The 59th GRAMMY Awards at Staples Center on February 12, 2017 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Dan MacMedan/WireImage)

Looks like Azealia Banks won’t be getting in formation to buy Beyonce’s Lemonade anytime soon. Banks is just one of the celebrities who criticized Beyonce’s Lemonade calling her all but a traitor to black women. However, Banks did say in a series of tweets that the new album was bad for feminism and black women as a whole. We wonder how the Beyhive will react to that.

Though many found the album to be a revolutionary work of black feminism, Banks isn’t one of them and labeled the Lemonade singer a “thief” and a “poacher.” She also continued to call the album the “antithesis of what feminism is.” Ouch—tell us how you really feel, Banks!

Banks also alludes to what she considers Beyonce’s stupidity for staying with Jay Z and singing about it after the alleged cheating references.

Banks can’t seem to make up her mind since she has a fair amount of tweets supporting Beyonce but then changed her tune.

“Just six months ago you told every black girl in the industry to ‘bow down’ now you want to stick up for black folk lol [sic]” Bank wrote, before adding: “Queens are supposed to lead, they don’t step on the spirits of the girls who come after them then to just try and take that same spirit.”

Banks continued her Twitter war with others who wanted like to clarify what her message is. She tweeted how Beyonce is bad for feminism, but then tweeted how feminism is a white woman’s invention and that it has nothing to do with black women and she doesn’t agree with it. Twitter followers aren’t the only ones confused now.

The singer has since calmed down and has given Beyoncé a break from her diatribe, but who knows how long this peace will last.