Angel Haze has apologised to her fans and insisted that she is not "a bully", following a feud with fellow female rapper Azealia Banks.
The up-and-coming Brooklyn rapper, who was nominated in BBC's Sound of 2013 poll, also thanked her supporters in a YouTube video message titled #GypsyMilitia, although she did not address the episode directly.
"I really do apologise for all of the stuff that has happened recently. I don't like the fact that I was a bully in a certain way and I don't like the way that I came off," she said.
"I came off as a bully. Thank you, and I love you," added the MC, whose real name is Raykeea Wilson.
The war of words between the rappers apparently started and escalated on Twitter, before both artists released "diss" tracks aimed at each other this month.
Angel, who has rescheduled her UK dates due to studio commitments, added: "Hopefully I will be seeing you guys out on tour when I come really soon. I really am grateful for how much you guys have supported me."