Rap Star Azealia Banks Heaps Praise On DeSantis; Says She Feels ‘Way Safer’ In Florida Than L.A.

Rap superstar Azealia Banks, who is most well known for her hit single “212,” recently stated she feels “way safer” living in GOP-led Florida than in Los Angeles, which as we all know, is located in the heart of the pit of hell known as Commie-fornia. Oops! I mean, California. The whole state is a cesspool of liberalism that has taken one of the most beautiful states in the Union and completely run it through a meat grinder. That’s what progressive policies ultimately lead to. And yet, people there continue to vote for them.

Banks made her woke-crushing comments in an interview with The Guardian where she hailed her newfound Miami as a place where people ‘mind their f****n’ business.’ Banks also felt that the media has unfairly maligned Florida, saying that she feels ‘way safer’ in the Sunshine State than in Los Angeles. She also believes that Gov. Ron DeSantis has a practical way of governing,” Breitbart reported.

“He’s focused on the basic shit,” she remarked. “There are elderly people in our country without walkers, who don’t have the money to get a septic tooth pulled. If we’re talking about divvying up healthcare funds, those situations should take precedence to facial feminization surgeries and stuff like that. I mean, I get it – but that’s a cosmetic surgery. Like, does your penis work? Can you pee? You’re not as in trouble as the older woman who can’t afford her dialysis. I think DeSantis is practical about a lot of things.”

“Banks also said that DeSantis sports a common decency that other politicians lack. She had far less kind words to say about her former collaborator Kanye West, calling him a ‘grifter’ while criticizing comments he made in 2020 about how he and Kim Kardashian nearly aborted their daughter,” the report continued.

“You’re a f***ing idiot for basically sacrificing the mental health of your daughter,” she said in her scathing rebuke.

“Just because you can’t get attention from Kim Kardashian, you turn it on your fucking daughter. Kanye, you’re an abusive a**hole and you’re a p***y for picking on that little-a** girl. You are the last person we need to hear from about Black fatherhood and the Black family unit,” she ranted on.

During the same interview, Banks went on to say she’s become very desensitized to protest culture, especially what it exists on the Internet.

“When it gets into like, ‘sexuality is politics’, oh my f***ing god,” she commented. “People on Twitter are talking about sex all damn day, and no one is f***ing.”

“Every which way I turn [in LA] there’s a Black Lives Matter sign, and then we’re watching swathes of Latino people die every day because they’re considered essential workers,” she went on to say during the interview. “There are no Latino Lives Matter signs. That’s not to negate any of the very real issues that Black people in America face, but in a rich state like California, in a neighbourhood like Silver Lake – here’s Jenny with her f***in’ like” – she adopts a Valley girl accent – “biodynamic wine bar and her vegan cafe. She’s got a Black Lives Matter sign in the window, but sis, did you pay attention to papi who delivered the milk? Did he get a free cup of coffee? I had to go because I can’t do this – either Covid was gonna kill me, or depression. I’m going to f***ing Miami.”

We could definitely use more folks who are in the mainstream entertainment business who aren’t afraid to tell the truth and could care less what people think of them. It’s clear Banks is a free thinker who engages issues and problems on her own, rather than following pre-set talking points. And there’s little doubt the left hates her for that.

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