*Never one to mince words, the wacked out Azealia Banks has announced her endorsement for Donald Trump to be the next president of the United States. We would have expected Banks to be a Bernie Sanders kinda of gal, but she thinks he’s “too old.” Banks told her Twitter followers over the weekend that she wants to live lavishly, and it’s a lifestyle she believes only The Donald can provide for ALL Americans.
“I REALLY want Donald Trump to win the election,” Banks tweeted. She defended her statement by explaining what she likes about Trump and why she doesn’t support Hillary Clinton. “Hillary has been GROOMED for the presidency. She’s another one of the establishments robots here to carry out an agenda. Trump is an asshole but he’s not been groomed and programmed on some mkultra tip to DO & SAY what the establishment wants him to,” continued Banks. “Trump just wants the U.S. to be lavish… for all of us I can f**k with that.”
I REALLY want Donald Trump to win the election.
— BRUJA DEL BLOQUE (@AZEALIABANKS) May 7, 2016
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Banks went on to say that Hillary talks to black people as if they were “children or pets” and she blamed the liberal media for painting Trump out to be a racist. Once the twitter-verse exploded on her, and flooded her account with responses and insulting her opinion, Banks followed-up her comments about Hillary Clinton. “Hillary Clinton is a racist, war mongering murderous butch queen. The clintons decimated black communities in the 90s,” tweeted Banks.
New York City radio station Hot 97 tweeted out that Banks “played herself” by endorsing Donald Trump. Banks fired back at Ebro Darden, who hosts the station’s daily morning show. “I’m sorry that Ebro hasn’t a slightest clue about anything I’m talking about because he doesn’t read the news,” she wrote. She was even blasted by Hot 97’s Peter Rosenberg who said, “ok so be anti hillary if you want but you have to be pro trump?:(“
Banks replied that Bernie Sanders is “too old” and suggested that he, like many politicians, makes a lot of promises that he will not be able to keep if elected president.