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10 November 2016, 08:58
Banks has pledged her support and even made her own banner.
Azealia Banks has revealed her joy at Donald Trump being elected as the President of The United States Of America.
The controversial rapper previously claimed that she would vote for Trump because he is “evil, like America”, but quickly withdrew her support after Trump’s controversial comments about allegedly groping women.
However after Trump triumphed over Hillary Clinton, Banks posted a number of messages to Facebook claiming “We won” and describing herself as “elated”.
She also took to Instagram where she apologized to Trump for previously withdrawing her support and described herself as “f*cking proud as “F*CK”.
She added: “Thanks for letting me know that I'm not crazy (even though I fronted a few times) liberals run hollywood and it's been a COLD WORLD OUT HERE FOR ME AS A TRUMP SUPPORTER.”
First off, I would like to apologize to Donald Trump for all the stupid jokes I made. (I was kidding). secondly, I would like to apologize for all the other times I was dumb enough to let the liberal media sway my opinion of you. Thirdly I'm fucking proud as FUCK of you. One for being a gemini, two for being from NYC, three for winning the presidency and four for beating the media. The last part is your biggest victory in my eyes and I must say that I am TRULY inspired by this and feel deep amounts of vindication. Thanks for letting me know that I'm not crazy (even though I fronted a few times) liberals run hollywood and it's been a COLD WORLD OUT HERE FOR ME AS A TRUMP SUPPORTER . Best of luck on everything and thanks again. Sincerely - AB #TRUMP2017
“America deserves a WAAAAAAAY better first female president then trash ass Hillary,” Banks continued on Facebook.
“Now that the cow has lost for the SECOND time, let’s set her back out to pasture.”
She added: “TRUMP BEAT THE MEDIA. THIS IS DEEPER THAN POLITICS. HE BEAT THE F*CKING MEDIA. HE IS MY F*CKING HERO RIGHT NOW.”
Banks then concluded by posting an image that read: “Make Azealia Great Again”.