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Black, female rapper Azealia Banks is no stranger to controversial comments but calling for someone’s gang rape is low, even for her.
On Sunday, she went after Sarah Palin and said the former vice presidential candidate needed to be forcibly gang raped by a group of black men and have the video put on Worldstar, a website known for its violent videos.
Banks removed the tweets within minutes but screenshots were captured by Media Research Center.
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Far from apologetic, Banks later went after two reporters from conservative news site TheBlaze and reiterated her desire for Palin to have sex with black men.
It is probable that Banks was tricked by a satire article in which Palin is purported to say “negroes loved being slaves,” according to MRC.
Interesting enough, Banks has voiced support for Donald Trump and doubled down on that support days ago on Twitter when she acknowledged minorities have nothing to show for decades of voting Democrat.
But the rapper is no stranger to her statements causing a backlash.
After a grand jury decided not to indict former Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson in the death of black teenager Michael Brown, Banks tweeted that she “might have to kill one of these crackers in their sleep.”
Months later in an interview with Playboy, she talked about her hatred for “fat, white Americans.”
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