Azealia Banks is not letting her Twitter spat with Jim Jones died down. The ’212′ rapper is now throwing lyrical shots at him on her dis track ‘Succubi.’ The song was release just days after the two Harlem rappers were arguing over the definition of the word “vamp.”

Over producer araabMUZIK’s echoic productions, Banks calls Jones a “local f—er” who is copying the vamp lifestyle that she says is about femininity, witchcraft and fashion. “This n—-’s a girl, you want diamonds and pearls / Designer clothes, attention, and stares / You’re a man though, why would you care,” she spits. “It takes a Harlem b—- to execute a Harlem b—- / You pop s—, I pop s—, no problem b—-.”

Jones hasn’t responded to Banks’ dis song, although, he did post a subliminal tweet about her on Saturday (Aug. 11). “Lol th things broke people do to gain attention #vampirelife,” he wrote to his followers.

The feud between this two Harlemites erupted on Twitter when Banks tweeted out, “VAMP: a very sexually/financially powerful woman who is usually characterized by a penchant for dark things; nighttime [and] witchcraft.” Jones took offense and wrote back “tht vamplife is contagious” to which she responded that “vamp s— is some fashion stuff as well[,] in case u didn’t know,” adding “don’t be tryna take no credit Holmes.”

Jones then responded with “knock it off please learn more about Harlem before u start vampin lol jokes enjoy ur day keep #vampin.” Banks told Jones to “go away” to which Jones replied, “tell ur mother to go away ub2 bit slore.”

Where will this feud goes no one knows, but seriously, arguing over the word “vamp” is so not hip-hop. Let’s stay focused people.

Listen to Azealia Banks’ Dis Song, ‘Succubi’