TNHT Staff: @YesThatsDee _________________________________ Neighbors, it’s no secret that Azealia Banks plays a crazy game when it comes to social media, but it appears she doesn’t have all the marbles! _____________________________________________ Banks took to Twitter to express her frustration with Transgender healthcare rights and says those funds should be “redirected to Latino farmers who are working to feed us through this crisis.” _____________________________________________ Oh, but she didn’t stop there! She went on to say that those farmers deserve access to Covid treatment more than a transgendered person needs their c*ck cut off or breast implants. _____________________________________________ It wasn’t long before Twitter shut her account down. It’s not shocking that Banks is going hard for the farmers though, we know she loves her “chickens.” _____________________________________________ Neighbors take a look at what she said and let us know your thoughts!
Banks wasn’t done there either. She continued arguing with anyone who’d call her out for her perceived transphobia, saying things such as, “WHO FUCKING CARES. Your hoes wants free healthcare to pay for breast implants under the guise of body dysmorphia but a cis gender woman can’t make the argument that she’s uncomfortable with the size of her breasts/face and ALSO get free luxury plastic surgery procedures?”
The 29-year-old rapper’s comments are particularly confusing because she claimed she and some of her family members were part of the LBGTQ community. In 2015, shortly after she caught flak for calling a flight attendant a “fucking faggot,” she tweeted, “I am bisexual. My brother is trans. My employees are all gay men … America picks and chooses when it likes to be offended.”
The Harlem native made headlines in August when she claimed Kanye West was hiding his homosexuality. She then alluded to feeling suicidal in another Twitter post, writing, “Yea, I think I’m done here. This pandemic, extreme lack of social interaction, no intimacy, combined with constant public ridicule is making life harder than its worth.”
She later confirmed she was OK and chastised people for seemingly only caring about her when she’s outwardly depressed, asking, “What is this obsession u bitches have with my despair?”
This isn’t the first time Banks has been removed from social media before and likely won’t be the last.