If you’re not with Azealia Banks 100%, you may as well be against her.

And hey, that’s her prerogative.

She doesn’t make it easy to back her all the time — we’ve covered her many beefs time and time again.

Now Australian pop star Troye Sivan finds himself fresh at the center of her displeasure yet again, after giving a wishy-washy answer to Andy Cohen about what he’d say to her if the two happened to be riding an elevator together.

To back it up, Sivan was asked in January if there are any rappers he’d be interested in working with.

He answered:

“I mean, I was a huge Azealia Banks fan. That all just kind of like went south a little bit. It’s just one of those annoying things where you just want to support [her] so bad, and it just doesn’t work out like that.”

Banks didn’t appreciate the remark, and the friction led Cohen to ask his admittedly juvenile “what would you say in an elevator?” question when Sivan stopped by Watch What Happens Live to promote his new album, Bloom.

Sivan responded:

“Probably nothing. Like we would just awkwardly ride the elevator together. Maybe I would say, ’Hey.’ Actually, it’s weird because it’s not even a thing, but there was a little ’thing,’ but I would just say, ’Hey, I love your music.’ Because I do, that’s true.”

And just like that, Banks had a new Twitter target:


We’re not sure “obsessed” is quite the right word, but that’s life.

In fact, it might more accurately reflect her reaction to the situation:



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