WHAT’S BEING CLAIMED:
- Rapper Azealia Banks’ followers were alarmed after seeing her Instagram video post and stories showing her dead cat being dug up from the grave and apparently cooked after.
- Social media users reacted on Twitter, with one hoping the “girl gets help one day.”
- The rapper has made controversies in the past, including racial attacks, gay insults, and physical and verbal assaults.
Rapper Azealia Banks has once again disturbed the social media with her now-deleted Instagram video showing her dead cat being dug-up from its grave and cooked after.
Banks captioned the video post “Lucifer 2009 – 2020. My Dear kitty. Thank you for everything. A legend. An icon. Forever a serval serve.”
While an unknown person was digging the cat up, Banks was heard laughing in the background while making a rap about it.
Saying she wanted to bring her pet “back to life,” she pulled up a dirty bag which was apparently carrying the cat’s corpse. She then proceeded to boil it in a large pot of muddy water.
Aside from the feed post, she entirely documented what happened on her Instagram stories. Although the stories were quickly taken down, many horrified followers had already seen the posts.
One fan tweeted: “My stomach is in my mouth right now. She should really speak to a psychologist.” Another one said, “I genuinely hope the girl gets help one day but…God damn.”
Back in 2013, Banks also rocked the social media world when she used a gay slur numerous times to knock celebrity blogger Perez Hilton.
In 2015, she faced legal trouble when she was arrested for an alleged physical and verbal assault to a female security guard after a rejected, stampless club entry.
A year after, she gave racial insults to former One Direction member Zayn Malik.
Then in 2020, the controversial rapper “disgusted” fans with her sickening prediction that Meghan Markle could die in a car accident in 2022.
Just last summer, Banks made noise again when she took to her Instagram stories some seemingly suicidal statements.
“Yeah, 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 it’s worth… I think I will end my tenure here on Earth soon.”
She added: “I will document my last times and release a film for you all to finally understand me, from my perspective.”
Previously on her Facebook page, Banks opened up about her mental health struggles: “They joke and prod at you and say you need a doctor yet have no idea about the type of uncontrollable chaos that goes on inside your head. On top of arrogantly suggesting you need to be medicated, these people have no idea how gnarly psych-drugs are.”
Source: Source: The US Sun