In “this has happened before and it will happen again and again and again and again” news, Azealia Banks is fighting with someone, but this time a taste of her own medicine has left her so sad that she’s canceled her new album.
Azealia Banks did Nick Cannon’s show Wild ‘N Out the other day, and it ended with her crying ‘n out, because she says they surprised her with some very harsh “colorist jokes.” The former skin bleacher posted about it on Instagram, but deleted it. The Shade Room has the screenshot of Azealia’s post:
One of her followers asked Azealia, who is known for her trolling and dragging, why she didn’t just have a snappy comeback to the jokes, to which she replied: “I cried. I wanted to go off but I couldn’t. Too many people from Viacom there.” Too many people from Viacom there? Oh please! She would start a fight inside of a CIA office armed with only a pen and a Post-It note. Azealia Banks once started a Twitter war with a 14-year-old; she don’t give a single fuck. I love when angry people play victim. But Azealia did support Trump, so this makes total sense.
Azealia is someone who doesn’t stop talking about those who’ve scorned her. Ask Russell Crowe. So she did not stop talking about Nick on her Instagram stories all weekend. Vibe reports that Azealia even went in on Nick about having Lupus, asking if it would have been appropriate to make jokes about that the same way they joked about her skin color:
“If I were to make fun of Nick Cannon for having Lupus and being weak and sickly…If I made a joke that said he’d be dead by the end of the year…Then Azealia Banks is the bad guy…right?”
I personally love when people say the thing they are saying they wouldn’t say because it’s not appropriate to say. Girl, you ain’t sly we know you just said Nick Cannon could be dead by the end of the year.
Nick Cannon took a screenshot of Azealia’s response and posted it himself to Instagram with his own response.
Azealia took that commentary harshly and decided to cancel her new album Fantasea II because of it. She posted and deleted to her story a note saying: “Album is cancelled. I need some time to relax and bounce on dick. I’ll release new music when I feel like it…” Azealia, is the answer to getting dissed really to cancel your album and miss out on the few hundred album sales you were expecting? Cutting off your nose to spite your face, much? Azealia did win points with that “bounce on dick” line, though. Cure that sadness and anxiety with dick. Nothing makes you forget your troubles like a good dose of vitamin D! And if Wendy Williams is right about Azealia, it could be a lucrative move also.