Raised eyebrows do not frighten feisty rapper Azealia Banks easily.
When you tell her off for saying she “hates everything about America”, she will retaliate with a massive, close-up photo of her vagina.
This is exactly what The Blaze contributor Matt Walsh allegedly got after he penned an article titled “Dear Azealia Banks, Please Feel Free To Leave America And Never Return” in response to the rapper’s controversial Playboy interview.
On the March issue of Playboy, Banks posed as cover girl and gave true-to-self remarks on her hatred of “fat white Americans”. “All the people who are crunched into the middle of America, the real fat and meat of America, are these racist conservative white people who live on their farms. Those little teenage girls who work at Kmart and have a racist grandma — that’s really America,” Banks said.
Walsh criticized Banks’ statements and invited the rapper to flee the country. Walsh’ article written for The Blaze was shared on social media more than 50,000 times. In refute, Banks responded with photo of her genitals, which she reportedly sent to the blogger via twitter.
“I write a post to @AZEALIABANKS. She responds by tweeting me a photo of her vagina. Sexual harassment? Or is that just when guys do it?” Walsh tweeted over the weekend. The photo in question has been deleted since.
I write a post to @AZEALIABANKS. She responds by tweeting me a photo of her vagina. Sexual harassment? Or is that just when guys do it?
— Matt Walsh (@MattWalshBlog) March 20, 2015
He added, “@AZEALIABANKS. If only you could read and write, you might have other ways of communicating besides flashing your genitals.”
In his article, Walsh disapproves of how people seem to applaud Banks for her “racist language”. “Do you know who is most responsible for the continued struggles of blacks in America? You, Ms. Banks. You and people like you. You are the problem. You are at fault,” he said.
“It goes without saying of course that if your skin complexion were a few shades lighter, and your venom aimed at skin complexions a few shades darker, your comments would be headline news,” penned Walsh. “There would be boycotts all over the country, and you’d be forced to apologize amid a sea of death threats.”
“Shut up Mayo,” Banks tweeted back as she sent a photo of her Playboy cover to Walsh and his wife.
@MattWalshBlog shut up mayo.
— AZEALIA BANKS (@AZEALIABANKS) March 22, 2015