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Rapper Azealia Banks has yet ANOTHER EPIC meltdown
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Rapper Azealia Banks has yet ANOTHER EPIC meltdown

Looks like Rapper Azealia Banks isn't all that much of a good girl, at least, according to Page Six. Page Six reports that Wednesday night the "rapper" was arrested outside of a New York nightclub after apparently biting a security guards boob, and later assaulting them. PS notes that Azealia was turned away from a club after demanding entry to a private party, some of which, she didn't actually have a stamp to get into.  The guard eventually reportedly let her in, but, it was too late. She had already "bit a female guards breast" and later punched them. Banks was charged with assault;  harassment, and disorderly conduct.   Reps for Banks declined to comment on the charges.
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Remy Ma named Most Influential Female Rapper of 2017

By a magazine nobody's ever really heard of. According to IB Times,    Remy Ma was named one of the most influential cultural figures of 2017 --  for reasons that are unaware to the modern hip hop fan and music aficionado The magazine, and company, Mass Appeal, wrote an amusingly titled cover story: Wonder Woman.  That story has since gone viral, and,   general hip-hop fans are certain this magazine must be living in 2005 when Lean Back was still a thing. https://www.instagram.com/p/BclPC_6DXds/
Despite awkward comments,  Azealia Banks gets to keep Twitter account
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Despite awkward comments, Azealia Banks gets to keep Twitter account

After bitter row with former Alaskan governor Sarah Palin. According to reports, Twitter.com has apparently decided that Bank's "Gang Rape" comments just weren't enough to remove the outspoken rapper from the social site. The original comments were, er, interesting to say the least. Among them: Palin should  “get headf****d by a big, veiny, ashy black d**k” and for “the biggest burliest blackest n*****s’ to ‘run a train on her.” Weirdly enough, Twitter "determined that the comments did not violate our rules".
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