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Loudmouthed rap singer Azealia Banks is at it again, this time slamming President Obama’s response to Black Lives Matter protests and saying, “I want a leader who isn’t afraid to kill for what he believes in.”

The rapper took to social media to respond to Obama after the president warned: “there is no justification for violence against law enforcement.”

“These attacks are the work of cowards who speak for no one. They right no wrongs. They advance no causes,” the president continued, slapping down the claims of many Black Lives Matter supporters that the retaliation against police is justified.

“NO OBAMA YOURE WRONG,” Banks wrote in all caps in her Instagram response.

“JUST BECAUSE YOURE AFRAID OF SEEMING TOO IN LINE OR IN SUPPORT OF BLACK INTERESTS DOESNT MEAN YOU GET TO KEEP SPITING IN OUR F***ING FACES LIKE THIS,” Banks continued to scream in all caps, eschewing punctuation.

The singer went on to say she “knows” Obama would be “killed by the white supremacy” if he publicly sided with Black Lives Matter, but she felt it was no excuse for staying silent.

She went on with her inflammatory post saying, “You sat in the White House and let your people die in the streets and didn’t do a godd*** thing about it.”

“I don’t want a leader who is afraid to die. I want a leader who isn’t afraid to kill for what he believes in. And you obviously don’t believe in s**t,” Banks added, concluding that Obama’s actions are “making black people look bad.”

This isn’t the first time the singer’s potty mouth has raised eyebrows.

Earlier this year, for instance, Banks tweeted that former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin should be gang-raped by black men and when she was called on the carpet for her ignorant behavior, she doubled down instead of backing off.

In another case, she told a reporter that she hates everything about the United States, “especially fat white Americans.”

And then there was the time Banks threatened to kill white jurors who helped absolve white police officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death of a black teen in Ferguson, Missouri. During that tirade, Banks said she had a “general hatred for all straight white men.”

Hat Tip: The Blaze

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