by G. Brown
If there’s a controversy brewing anywhere in the world, expect rapper Azealia Banks to insert herself smack in the middle of it. Banks marked the end of the long, hard-fought race to the White House by dragging her fans into a hard fought beef following a few of her social media posts.
The rapper posted on her Ingram and Facebook page a few celebratory posts saying, “I’ve dealt with SO MUCH bulls— on behalf of the liberal media and to have someone beat the liberal media is just so refreshing and Inspiring.” The 23-year old also referred to President elect Trump as her “F***ING HERO.”
Banks is drawn to social media beefs like a moth to a flame and knew her comments would draw some heat from followers some of who derided her by calling her “mentally ill”. Banks shot back, “Wow, so since a black woman didn’t support Clinton, she’s mentally ill….” Well, it’s easy to see how her followers would think she’s mental…just weeks ago, Banks used social media to withdraw her support of Trump after a video leaked of Trump bragging about how as a star he can get away with sexually assaulting women and “grab them by the p*$$y.” But now Banks is actually inviting people to grab her that way as she celebrated Trump also saying, “First off, I would like to apologize to Donald Trump for all the stupid jokes I made. (I was kidding). secondly,”I would like to apologize for all the other times I was dumb enough to let the liberal media sway my opinion of you,”
Oh and Banks didn’t just grovel at the feet of the new president elect— in classic Trump fashion, she rubbed the win in the opposition’s face. Banks penned a second Facebook post aimed at celebrities like Beyonce, JayZ and Lady Gaga who supported Hillary Clinton. Banks posted:
Going after Beyonce and Lady Gaga was one insult too far apparently because fans and followers unleashed all their rage and anger at the rapper.
Maybe Banks is just a glutton for punishment and says all these stuff because negative attention is still some attention…or maybe she’s just trying to make nice with the President elect in hopes of getting an invite to the White House.