Tensions are still high between rapper Nicki Minaj and singer Miley Cyrus after the pair's tense clash Sunday during the MTV Video Music Awards, with Minaj reportedly waiting for an apology from Cyrus and Cyrus seemingly waiting for Minaj to just get over it. However, another controversial and outspoken rapper, Azealia Banks, had her own opinion on the whole situation. Banks posted a rant on Twitter early Wednesday morning in which she criticized both Minaj and Cyrus for fighting what, in her opinion, is an irrelevant battle. 

During Wednesday's Twitter rant, which Banks herself said was fueled by a particularly tense dinner party the night before, the rapper began by blasting Cyrus and her new album, a collaboration with alt-rock group the Flaming Lips under the name Miley Cyrus & Her Dead Petz, which the singer announced was available for free download while hosting the VMAs. Banks said Cyrus' work was "whack as f---" and that her music was "boring."

Banks' comments were not reserved for Cyrus. The rapper went on to criticize both Cyrus and Minaj -- as well as Taylor Swift, who prior to Minaj and Cyrus' exchange, performed at the awards with Minaj to squash a previous Twitter altercation -- for their feuds, alleging that all three are equally unoriginal and "basic," therefore not worth the attention and hype. 

The feud between Cyrus and Minaj began Sunday night at the VMAs. While thanking her fans in her speech for after winning for best hip-hop video for “Anaconda,” Minaj called out Cyrus for her comments in a recent New York Times interview, saying, "Now back to this b---- that had a lot to say about me the other day in the press. Miley, what's good?” Cyrus responded, saying her comments were taken out of context. “Hey we're all in this industry. We all do interviews and we all know how they manipulate s---," she said. "Nicki, congratuf------lations."

In the New York Times interview, published a week before the awards, Cyrus had criticized how Minaj handled her snub in the video of the year category. Minaj alleged that racism was the cause, sparking a separate Twitter war with VMA darling Taylor Swift. Cyrus told the Times that Minaj could have been more respectful and selfless in her dissent. 

“I don’t respect your statement because of the anger that came with it,” Cyrus said. “You made it about you. Not to sound like a b----, but that’s like, ‘Eh, I didn’t get my VMA.’ ” The “Wrecking Ball” singer went on to say she didn’t think MTV deliberately snubbed Minaj. “I know you can make it seem like, 'Oh I just don’t understand because I’m a white pop star,' " Cyrus said. “I know the statistics. I know what’s going on in the world. But to be honest, I don’t think MTV did that on purpose.”

As for Banks, the rapper has a history of taking on other celebrities via Twitter, including Iggy Azalea, Eminem and Lorde. However, she may have just settled this particular feud once and for all.