Azealia Banks decided to shelve her forthcoming album Fantasea II: The Second Wave after detailing her experience on the set of Nick Cannon’s MTV show Wild 'N Out.  

“Album is cancelled,” she wrote in a post on her Instagram story. “I need some time to relax and bounce on dick. I’ll release new music when I feel like it…”

On Sunday, Banks shared a lengthy IG post where she accused the cast of berating her with jokes to the point of tears. “I did Wildin’ out today. There were tons of pre-planned colorist jokes and of course...cry baby cried,” Banks wrote under a photo of her on stage, alongside Cannon and several other cast members.

The host and producer later responded to her accusation, vaguely insinuating that Banks was the one stirring up trouble. "Don’t you hate when you create your own storms but forget your umbrella??" he wrote on Instagram.

Wild 'N Out cast member Timothy DeLaGhetto responded to Complex’s previous story about the incident on Twitter, claiming no one made any jokes about the rapper's skin color. 

Emanuel Hudson also shared his version of the events during Banks' taping. 

 

#EmanuelHudson shares his recollection of what happened on the set of #WildnOut 👀

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Banks previously shared "Anna Wintour" and "Treasure Island” as singles off of Fantasea II.