Buying It? Azealia Banks Apologizes to Her Victims on Instagram

NEW YORK, NY - JUNE 08:  Azealia Banks performs during 2013 Governors Ball Music Festival at Randall's Island on June 8, 2013 in New York City.  (Photo by Ilya S. Savenok/Getty Images)

Buying It? Azealia Banks Apologizes to Her Victims on Instagram

Her remorse didn't last long, though.

Published May 15, 2016

She came at just about everyone from former 14-year-old Disney actress Skai Jackson to Queen Bey, herself, but Azealia Banks wants you to know she's turned a new leaf.

Now that she's been dropped from Rinse FM's Born & Bred Festival — and subsequently dropped from Twitter — the rapper took to Instagram to issue an apology to all of those she's offended. See what she had to say, below:


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This is a completely different tune than the unapologetically crass tone the MC was touting on Twitter earlier last week, before her account was suspended.

"Not sorry I said it," she tweeted. "But sorry for the way I made people feel."

Following her social media "I'm sorry," Banks' fans and followers seemed to have a bit of a mixed reaction, with some accepting her words and others, in essense, telling her "girl, bye."

Well, it seems as the latter were on to something as just moments after, she shaded one of her most recent victims, Skai Jackson, commenting under one of her Instagram photos, where she posed alongside Justine Skye and Kylie Jenner.

Under the picture, Banks wrote, "Lol Kylie doesn't even want to be in this photo with you. Damn this s**t is funny as f**k."

With that said, we'd recommend taking her "apology" with a grain of salt.

Watch Banks slam one of her musical peers in the BET Breaks video, above.

Written by John Justice


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