Early this week, Harlemite and Donald Trump fan Azealia Banks revealed that she’s deleting her social media profiles because she can’t “f—k it up this time” now that she has a deal to sign. She made her comeback on Facebook this Thanksgiving weekend to respond to haters for the ill-wishes they’ve been giving her.
On Sunday, Banks started her rant by writing on Facebook that there are people who are wishing for her demise, and that this “stuff haunts me all the time.” Then, she did a quick follow-up post where she clarified that nothing about her will change unless people change the way they look at her. She even pointed out the difference between her haters who see her “like a demon” and her fans who see her as a “human and a girl.”
The 25-year-old artist also expressed how she wished she could finally get some appreciation when she wrote that she is yearning for her “day in the sun.” In another post, Banks addressed her haters again, telling them they should not disregard the “nice things” she does and says.
The outspoken recording artist then asked why she is not accepted for who she is in the industry. She questioned this because most “nuts a— men” are accepted at work, while she has to be “fixed to be accepted.” In the end, Banks wrote that she needs a vacation from this mess.
As Banks echoed her craving for acceptance on Facebook, many of her fans showed their support for her and even agreed with her sentiments. One fan wrote: “I am a fan from another country and support you if it means anything to you. I don’t know what they want from you but I believe you have a built in instinct to re-align no matter how harsh they treat you. So keep your head up, cutie pie. Another commented: “You’re window is here love it’s been a bumpy road but accept it! We believe in you.”
Banks’ new Facebook rant comes days after she compared herself to Kanye West for being very vocal on different issues plaguing the country. The “212” hitmaker even admitted that she’s been secretly in love with Kim Kardashian’s husband because of such similarities.