Azealia Banks’ Lionsgate movie ‘Coco’ has received a brand new release date.
Her gift for storytelling and large pool of creative references makes Azealia Banks one of Pop’s stately stars.
However, following a series of opportunity-killing moves, the entertainer’s opinions and the way in which she delivers them has given many good reason to overlook said gifts.
Fortunately, that’s done little to deter her from reaching full potential as a musician.
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Azealia Banks is being blasted…by her own fans.
The rapper, who is notorious for her outspokenness, is being accused of bleaching her skin to be lighter.
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In dire need of a fresh Azealia Banks performance?
Good news, we have one waiting for you after the jump.
That’s right, following her unfortunate run-ins with Skai Jackson and Zayn Malik on Twitter, the ‘Desperado’ rapper made her way to the Bosco Fresh Festival to rock the event with an electric set.
Hit the play button to catch Ms. Banks in glorious action below…
Despite being the victor of many-a-social media battle over her short, but storied career, Azealia Banks met her match when she crossed paths with the unlikeliest of opponents: 14-year-old Disney star Skai Jackson.
Jackson, best known for her infamous “sitting” meme, politely sat and shat all over Banks via Twitter – a bout that’s now gone down in infamy for the self-proclaimed “Yung Rapunxel.”
Now, a day after the rapstress tried to rekindle the beef by labeling the young actress as a “c**n in training,” Jackson’s interview with ‘Teen Vogue’ has surfaced and gets her take on the now epic Twitter feud.
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Furore erupted on Twitter yesterday after the femcee took odd aim at Zayn Malik (for supposedly copying her style). For his troubles she branded him a “f*ggot d*ck rider.”
The anti-Azealia climate escalated when she turned her attention to UK rappers, who she asserted could not rap. Naturally, their clap back reflex was all sorts of real.
As reported, the latter saw her booted from a major British festival she was said to headline.
Now Twitter, the primary vehicle for her volcanic comments, has followed suit.
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In 2015, Azealia Banks was lauded for her groundbreaking Hot 97 interview in which she slammed institutional racism and its irreparable affect on African-Americans.
In 2016, the entertainer showcased behaviour akin to those she often speaks out against by launching a racially charged attack on the Pakistani performer Zayn Malik.
Now, she has apologised for her abhorrent actions.
Her words below…
As if getting dragged up and down a number of Twitter timelines yesterday by Zayn fans and Disney starlet Skai Jackson wasn’t enough for ‘The Big Big Beat’ beauty Azealia Banks, now the fire has been reignited by Jackson’s mom Kiya Cole.
Indeed, she had some feisty words for Banks who – as you may know – suffered a major L at the hands of Cole’s 14-year-old daughter last night (click here to read more on that).
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Azealia Banks’ views on white supremacy and racism within society after often accurate and carefully presented.
Alas, it’s now clear that the same can’t be said about the rapper when discussing her relationship with the industry she once hoped to conquer.
For, after engaging in a headline-making Twitter war with Zayn Malik and a 14-year-old Disney star, the rapper has now shared her thoughts on Britain’s Urban music scene.
Another day, another L for rapstress Azealia Banks.
The ‘ATM Jam’ diva, known more for cashing in on publicity for her sharp Twitter rants than her deserving music, strikes again – this time lashing out against ‘Pillow Talk’ wailer Zayn Malik.
Indeed, after slamming the former One Direction singer’s new video ‘Like I Would’ for copying images & scenes from her previous efforts, he quickly clapped back (and his fans along with him). But, before that beef could cool, the rapstress was embroiled in another tussle – this time with teenage Disney star Skai Jackson.
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‘Count Contessa’ rapper Azealia Banks has urged African-American and Hispanic voters to think twice before supporting Hillary Clinton‘s bid for the White House.
Taking to Periscope to share her ideas, the eloquent entertainer explained why she’d sooner vote for her Republican rival Donald Trump (despite loathing his immigration policies), and revealed why she believes his plans will rock a system built to oppress the working class.
Conveniently coinciding with the release of her new video, ‘The Big Beat,’ fans of Azealia Banks may lend the rapstress a collective side-eye for the timeliness of her ‘anti-Lemonade'(Beyonce) rant last night. But, after a quick view of the visual – the latest release lifted from her ‘Slay-Z’ mixtape – we’re certain that pause will turn to praise.
Indeed, living up to the title of its parent project, the ‘Beat’ is 3 minutes and 56 seconds of pure house hop slayage – something Banks is accustomed to delivering.
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