Azealia Banks, Iggy Azalea Could Make 'Dope' Collabo, A$AP Rocky Says

'They shouldn't be beefin'. They both comin' up; they need to get along,' Rocky tells 'RapFix Live' of the bickering rap ladies.

Seems like no one wants to get in between Iggy Azalea and Azealia Banks. T.I. took the high road when he appeared on "RapFix Live" last week, and on Wednesday's episode A$AP Rocky did the same when host Sway Calloway asked him about the beefing hip-hop ladies.

"I don't really got nothin' to say about that situation, that ain't got nothin' to do with me," Rocky said laughing. "I know both of 'em, that's all I do is know both of 'em."

Banks and Rocky both hail from Harlem, New York, and he and Iggy have been linked romantically, though neither will confirm a relationship. "I know both of 'em, and I feel like they shouldn't be beefin'. They both comin' up; they need to get along," Rock said. "I think they'd make a dope song together, personally."

Banks launched a Twitter attack on Iggy after the Grand Hustle's rap rookie landed a spot on the 2012 XXL Freshman cover earlier this year. The "212" rapper took exception to Iggy's rhymes on her song "Drugs," where she says, "When the relay starts, I'm a runaway slave master."

"Iggy Azalea on the XXL freshman list is all wrong," Banks tweeted back in February. "How can you endorse a white woman who called herself a 'runaway slave master.' "

The feud then led to Banks blasting T.I. for his comments on the matter, but the King of the South quickly backed out, labeling the tiff "bitch sh--" during a Chicago radio interview back in April. Ultimately Rocky feels a similar way, though he didn't quite use the same language that T.I. did. "I ain't got nothing to do with that," he said. "I don't get involved in female stuff."

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