Pop Star Despises America, Explains Why She Hates People Who Live Here

Azealia Banks has become a highly controversial figure in the music industry and it is likely that her latest outburst will do little to change that fact. In a recent issue of Playboy magazine, Ms. Banks delivered a furious tirade in one of the popular magazine’s columns. The outspoken 23-year-old rapper was not shy about her opinions, attacking everything from America’s education curriculum to the English language. Similar negative and vulgar diatribes have been penned and spoken by Ms. Banks before. The acclaimed rapper is particularly well known for her vicious rants on the popular social media platform, Twitter, which includes a longstanding cat fight with Australian rapper, Iggy Azalea.

In this particular column, while talking about being stereotyped as an angry person, Ms. Banks ironically took aim at another female singer, saying: “Lorde [the white New Zealand singer] can run her mouth and talk s*** about all these other b*****es, but y’all aren’t saying she’s angry.” The divisive rapper also made a bizarre attempt to discuss and analyze America’s racial issues, saying: “When you rip a people from their land, from their customs, from their culture—there’s still a piece of me that knows I’m not supposed to be speaking English, I’m not supposed to be worshipping Jesus Christ. All this s*** is unnatural to me…I don’t even want this s***, so I’m going to do whatever the f*** I want with this language. I’m going to call you a f*g or a cracker or a b***h.”

The uncouth language and disjointed arguments continued as Ms. Banks attempted to argue that all black Americans should be paid reparations for ancestral discrimination and slavery. Even the rapper’s fans were not spared from the vicious diatribe as Ms. Banks wrote how her “little white fans” were not persuaded by her beliefs even though they had supposedly “got handed down your grandfather’s estate and you got to keep your grandmother’s diamonds and pearls and sh**.”

By all accounts, Ms. Banks had a difficult childhood, growing up in Harlem, New York City, with her father dying soon after she was born, leaving her with an abusive mother. The article in Playboy has been widely criticized by academics and everyday Americans who argue that Ms. Banks self-entitlement, hate, and negativity add nothing to America’s discussion about race.

Source: Mail Online
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