Azealia Banks is not sorry. The 24-year-old was back on social media on the evening of Sunday, Sept. 27 — ranting about the LGBT community, and calling them "weak and easily moved."
The rapper hit the headlines on Tuesday, Sept. 22, after she was videoed in a TMZ clip calling a Delta flight attendant a "f–king f—-t."
As Us Weekly reported previously, Banks took to Twitter shortly following the incident to deny she was homophobic. "I am bisexual. my brother is trans. My employees are all gay men. Nothing else to say,” she tweeted, as the video started appearing on news websites.
But this weekend, the "212" hitmaker was back to her controversial self, first of all writing some shocking (and since-deleted) tweets which Pink News reports included claims she wanted to "spray a gay man in the face with pepper spray," and later claiming it was time the entire LGBT community toughened up.
"You guys gave me so much power this weekend!!!" she ranted. "All I had to do was say one word and I moved a whole community. What weaklings!!! And this blood moon is a BONUS on top of it all!!!! If I am to be a part of an LGBT community I want to be in it with people who aren't so weak or so easily moved ya know," she continued.
"Because all the time spent being mad at word could've been used to help people who really need the help! I'm not a weak bitch, being called a d-ke or a n—-r does absolutely nothing to move me," she went on. "So yes! You CAN call me a n—-r and I won't get mad! …. I'd be like 'That's all you got???' You boys gotta toughen up!!! Don't be so weak !!! If one word can put your entire community in distress you're DOOMED. LOL. Words are not tangible things. You all CHOSE to get upset. Remember… Offense is only TAKEN, it is never given. Carry on ….." she said, ending her 10 tweet explosion.
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