Azealia Banks Tells Nicki Minaj To Lose Weight, Discusses Her Own Miscarriage

Robbie Daw | December 20, 2016 3:52 pm

The shade alarm has been sounded, and Nicki Minaj is the target. The culprit: Azealia Banks, of course. Naturally, the year couldn’t end without one more tirade from the label-less full time troll.

Banks started her latest (since-deleted) Facebook rant by taunting Minaj with the news that she recorded a “BANGER” with Nicki’s ex, Safaree Samuels. She then gifted the “Side To Side” songbird with the following advice:

“Slim down a bit (especially in your neck and arms) Decrease the butt just a bit (I’ve seen your butt make some really expensive dresses look really cheap) and STOP WEARING SPANDEX AS AN OUTFIT FOR FUCKS SAKE. Also, stop calling yourself the queen of rap. Queens don’t wear spandex sweety.”

Banks’ post goes on, but honestly, who has the time? You can see the full thing, as captured by Twitter user @BeyElite, below. As for the reason she deleted her latest jabs, Azealia claimed on Facebook that she’s “not the same person I was two hours ago” before revealing (via another since-deleted post) that she suffered a miscarriage.

According to NME, Banks wrote the following about her miscarriage:

“So I’ve just had a really major life event happen and I want to talk about it because this wouldn’t be an Azealia Banks page without loads of oversharing right? Anywho, I’ve just had a miscarriage and am pretty taken aback by it all and really confused and in shock and guilty and a bit depressed and like a failure and very ashamed. Has anyone else had this same experience who cares to share some words of wisdom or words of anything regarding this topic?”

Banks also added, “HOPEFULLY the tabloids don’t get tacky about this Azealia Banks headline. I’ve had a real rough 2016. I honestly need a break from the public crucifixions. This is a women’s health issue that many others may or may not be able to relate to. Please don’t fuck UP an opportunity for clear, open and beneficial discourse between WOMEN!”

Interesting idea, having a positive discussion among women, considering Banks spent half of her Facebook energy trashing another female rapper for the umpteenth time.

Funny how that works.

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