After years of an ongoing social media war consisting of nasty insults and racial tension, Iggy Azalea and Azealia Banks have finally ended their feud.

On Thursday, Banks posted a message she received from Azalea on Instagram addressing their past issues. “Call me crazy girl but I don’t hate you. I don’t know you to hate you,” the “Mo Bounce” rapper wrote.

“I don’t agree with many of your opinions but honestly, at times I empathize with you as a creative Gemini woman,” she wrote. Both rappers shared the zodiac sign Gemini, and Azalea revealed that she understood a lot of Banks choices’ due to her sign.

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The rapper explained that she wished the two could have met before their beef with one another spiraled out of control. “As a 27-year-old adult woman just know: I wish you well from one human to another & joke collaboration or not as adults we should move past trivial beef with strangers,” Azalea wrote ending her message.


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Banks later shared a post listing things she would like to do with her career which included a record deal with JAY-Z and a collaboration with Azalea.

The feud between the two began in 2012 when XXL magazine published its fifth annual Freshman cover, and Azalea was the only female rapper featured even though both women were just starting out in their careers and had popular music circulating. Banks expressed her feelings about the issue tweeting, “Iggy Azalea on the XXL freshman list is all wrong.”

Azalea fired back, hinting Banks was jealous of her and that she planned on blocking the rapper on social media. “You can’t block my blessing! Today I’m celebrating! Get with it or kick rocks!” the “Work” rapper wrote.

Two years later, Banks called Azalea out for remaining silent during the police killings of unarmed black men that took place in Ferguson, Missouri and New York. “It’s funny to see people like Igloo Australia silent when these things happen... Black Culture is cool, but black issues sure aren’t huh?” Banks tweeted.

Azalea responded by brushing the rapper off, telling Banks to find a “new plan” to make herself socially relevant. Banks later did an interview with NYC radio station Hot 97 where she stated Azalea’s music isn’t better than any black female artist. “The New Classic” rapper responded by tweeting about the rapper’s less than stellar career due to her controversial comments.

“You created your own unfortunate situation by being a bigot and don’t have the mental capacity to realize yet. Probably never will,” she wrote.

The feud was reignited once again in 2016 when Azalea spoke with Elle Canada and discussed her dislike for Banks. “I think the Azealia Banks thing is what really started it all. We don’t like each other on a personal level, and that has gone on for many years — before the Black Lives Matter incident happened,” she explained.

“So when I dismissed her, people started to think that I dismissed the whole movement, but I wasn’t trying to dismiss Black Lives Matter,” she said.

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“Even though I still hate Azealia Banks, I wish I had said it in a way that didn’t make people think I was oblivious to the movement,” Azalea added. Banks responded by threatening Azalea and commenting on her plastic surgery.

However, now that their feud is in the past, maybe the two can finally exist in the hip hop world as allies rather than enemies.

Iggy Azalea Iggy Azalea and Azealia Banks ended their feud. The Australian rapper is pictured visiting “Hits 1 In Hollywood” on SiriusXM Hits 1 Channel on May 18, 2017 in Los Angeles. Photo: Getty Images