After getting into an online back and forth over her disparaging comments about America and white people, hip-hop star Azealia Banks took to Twitter to show conservatives “the future”: her genitals.
After Banks said “I hate everything about this country” in an interview with Playboy, Matt Walsh, a blogger for TheBlaze, and radio host Wayne Dupree criticized the singer/rapper online. Walsh wrote a blog post challenging the singer to follow through on her threats to leave the U.S., while Dupree and Banks battled it out on Twitter.
The conflicts resulted in Banks sending a tweet (since removed) to both with a shot of her genitals and the statement “If you guys look closely enough you can see the future.” Here's TheBlaze's cropped screenshot:
Walsh gave the TheBlaze some context and his reaction to the “unsolicited close up”:
This all started because she expressed open hatred and resentment for white men, white farmers, white teenage girls and America as a whole. The media ignores her comments, which they certainly wouldn’t have done if she happened to be a white pop star talking about her hatred for black Americans. So I write something calling her out, because someone had to do it, and she responds by sending me an unsolicited close up shot of her genitals. Can you imagine if a white male pop star did this? He’d be boycotted, shunned, and sued for sexual harassment, without a doubt.
In the end, I think she’s just a desperate and confused girl who feels an intense resentment for white people and men, and this was her way of showing that. I also think she’s obsessed with attention and, having no moral foundation, this is how she’s learned to try and get that attention. I hope she eventually learns how to use her words like a grown up, because this is really embarrassing. And I hope that the media catches on to the fact that even if someone is a black female, it’s still not ok for them to be vulgar, sexually desperate bigots.