AZEALIA Banks has had yet another furious foul-mouthed rant online — this time directly aimed at pop star Sia after she criticised her for sacrificing chickens.
The Sun reports that the rapper, 25, who shocked the internet on Friday by posting a video of a bloodstained room she uses for “witchcraft”, was left utterly infuriated by a Twitter post by Sia, 41, who called the vid “the wackiest s*** I’ve ever heard”.
An enraged Azealia responded in a now-deleted Instagram post: “And your ugly pasty dry white lady winter skin face is the ugliest fave (sic) I’ve ever seen that must be why you hide it all the time.
“HAVE SOME F*****G RESPECT FOR MY F*****G TRADITIONAL AFRICAN RELIGION YOU POMPOUS WHITE B****.”
The Instagram rant comes a few months after Banks was involved in a confrontation with another Aussie star after she accused Russell Crowe of attacking her and calling her by a racial slur at a party. However, several other witnesses including the Wu-Tang Clan rapper RZA refuted Banks’ version of events, saying that she was the aggressor.
She followed the message with a note offering to “make a salve for that chapped face of yours” and ominously remarked: “Don’t you ever in your pompous white life ever fix your stupid chapped face to say anything sideways about my religious beliefs or practices. This is your first warning.”
Sacrificing animals for your gain is the wackest shit I’ve ever heard. Get ahead by being awesome, kind and working hard.
— sia (@Sia) December 30, 2016
Azealia then deleted the two posts and replaced them with a screen shot of a note with “‘Stop apologising. No more explanations.”
She then shared a snap of herself and the words “witch” repeated.
On Friday the controversial star shared an Instagram video, which has since been deleted, of a bloodstained closet, before announcing she’s a “real witch”.
According to the Mail Online, the star has used the room to “sacrifice chickens” in the past three years.
Wearing safety goggles in the clip, Azealia reveals she uses the room for “brujeria”, the Spanish word for “witchcraft”.
She says: “The amount of crap that’s about to come off my floor right you now guys, oh my God.”
The video then shows a small room covered from floor to ceiling in what appears to be blood and small feathers.
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