There’s no new news about Azealia Banks music, but she’s once again taken to social media to throw out some allegations that keep us reeling. Now, she’s claiming that she’s used Haitian Vodou on old foes, singer Lana Del Rey and rapper Iggy Azealea.
Banks’ first public target for spell work was Nick Cannon, who’s currently reportedly still on the outs with ViacomCBS.
Cannon was quickly released from his relationship with ViacomCBS back in July after the performer said on his Cannon’s Class podcast that Black people were the “true Hebrews.”
Cannon seemed to be especially hurt by the response he received from Black people and at the time, wrote a tweet about being called a “sell-out.” The tweet started, “I hurt an entire community and it pained me to my core, I thought it couldn’t get any worse. Then I watched my own community turn on me and call me a sell-out for apologizing.”
I hurt an entire community and it pained me to my core, I thought it couldn’t get any worse. Then I watched my own community turn on me and call me a sell-out for apologizing. Goodnight. Enjoy Earth🙏🏾💙— Nick Cannon (@NickCannon) July 17, 2020
Banks had a long running feud with Cannon after an appearance on his show Wild ‘N Out took a negative turn.
Banks accused the show of making colorist jokes during the “Wildstyle” segment, a freestyle-type skit in which the cast cracks jokes about each other with the special guests included. Banks reportedly ran off the stage in tears, feeling harassed and she seemingly Banks took those gripes to the spirit realm. She claimed responsibility for Cannon’s legal troubles were due to her working her “voodoo.”
“That Azealia Banks voodoo is is kicking in in 2020.” Banks then doubles down on Cannon with, “How you get your whole show canceled, though? How you get canceled from your own sh*t?,” Banks stated.
Now, she’s back with more claims – and at least one of her targets has been having issues on social media the past week.
In a captured Instagram Story, it turns out that Banks is claiming now that she’d set her eyes upon Lana Del Rey, whose also made sideways comments against Black women artists and Iggy Azealea – who’s been having a public spat with the father of her child, Playboi Carti, after he was caught cheating on her, amongst other things.
According to W magazine, Banks previously said Del Rey was among the white women in Hollywood who “will take any opportunity to make themselves seem more righteous in regard to black men who don’t bow down to their vapid ‘social power,’” referencing Kanye West. She also accused Del Rey of only weighing in on issues that involve an “easy target.”
“Iggy & lana will never be happy,” started the post on Instagram at @azealiabanks.
“Kalfou which is the crossroads where good and evil intersect has stopped their success and happiness.”
Animals, extraterrestrials, gods, and spirits have fully ruined them! Just watch the rest of their careers crumble.”
See the post below.
Azealia Banks needs to be stopped she lowkey using Voodoo to ruin iggys love life and career pic.twitter.com/DgzHZjGLnA— WhiteGirlTrapBaby (@WhiteGirlTrapB2) December 28, 2020