A well-known rapper took to Twitter over the weekend to promote the gang-rape of former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin.
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Azealia Banks, whose 2014 album “Broke with Expensive Taste” reached the No. 3 position on Billboard’s Top R&B/Hip-Hop charts, unleashed a flurry of tweets attacking Palin on Sunday.
“[Palin] needs to have her hair shaved off to a buzz cut, get headf—-d by a big veiny, ashy, black d— then be locked in a cupboard,” Bank wrote, MRC reported Monday. “Let’s find the biggest burliest blackest negroes and let them run a train on her.”
Banks then ranted about Palin allegedly saying, “black people willingly accepted slavery,” even though the comment originated from a satirical website. The tweets were deleted shortly afterward.
The rapper’s call for violence comes just weeks after Grammy-winning artist Chris Brown called for mobs of black people to provoke Donald Trump’s supporters at rallies.
“What you need to start doing — all these black people, go together 40, 50 deep. See what they do then. Keep touching us, motherf—er,” Brown said March 10 on his official Instagram account. Like Banks, he later deleted the post.
Brown’s self-titled album sold more than 2 million copies in 2005. In many ways, however, he more known for a domestic violence conviction for assaulting singer Rihanna in 2009. He was given five years’ probation for the crime.