Azealia Banks has stepped up her Twitter feud with fellow rapper Iggy Azalea after blasting the Australian hitmaker for not taking a stand on race issues in her adopted America.

As activists hit the streets of cities across the U.S. on Wednesday night (03Dec14) to protest a grand jury decision not to indict New York City police officer Daniel Pantaleo after he was caught on camera choking African-American Eric Garner to death, Banks took to Twitter to blast her longtime social media target Azalea for staying silent on race issues.

She raged, "It's funny to see people Like Igloo Australia (sic) silent when these things happen... Black Culture is cool, but black issues sure aren't huh...? If you're down to ride with us b**ch you gotta Ride All The Way...

"That wannabe black girl s**t makes me wanna throw a jar of my p**s at her... Like, fill a jar with p**s and mayo and eggs and just dump that s**t on that b**ch's head."

She added, "And the media needs to Stop trying to move igloo (Azalea) in on what Nicki (Minaj) has established. Nicki is a hard-working rap-Beast. stop trying to degrade and BELITTLE Our culture with this f**king iggy s**t."

Banks then challenged her rival to say something, adding, "Why do you want to act like us? I need to know... Why do you imitate us in such a way that i feel like you are actually making fun of us? Why?"

At one point, blogger Perez Hilton jumped in to defend Azalea, prompting outspoken Banks to respond, "You're still a f**got Lololol (laugh out loud)... and that's what the f**gots do! They get in the middle of girl beef because it validates them and makes them feel involved... Gay men be saying the most misogynist s**t, but as soon as you call them a f**got they wanna get upset."

Hilton shot back, "You're just sending the message that it's okay to verbally attack gay men with hate speech."

Azalea eventually responded to Banks' tweet rage, insisting, "There's more to sparking a change than trolling on social media. World issues shouldn't be used as a poor excuse to promote fan battles.

"Make sure you do something to let Your government know how you feel when something is unjust., not Just your followers on twitter... Make sure you sign petitions, hit the streets and protest or donate to groups helping to support and rebuild the community too."

She further took the high road in the feud by urging fans to check out a Bustle.com article, which offers tips on how to protest peacefully and actually get your message across.

She later took aim at her followers, tweeting, "The fact the actual link i posted about helping has the Least Rt's (retweets) on my timeline lets me know your real concern is not awareness."

Rapper Banks has made a name for herself by making celebrity enemies on Twitter - past targets have included Lady Gaga, Lily Allen, Angel Haze and Rita Ora.