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Title this under ‘When Poptrixxx POP It’.

Because when Azealia banks has verbal slaps to issue…

you WILL listen!

The controversial songstress is on the cover of Playboy magazine poppin’ all her lips. We already know that she likes to throw her poon at the peen and the poon, but here are some more admissions that she decided to share with those that may or may not care.

This little tidbit Kylie Jenner may want to take note of. Azealia had this to say about her relationship with a 43-year old man when she was 17:

 

It started when I was 17. He was 43. There’s something very wrong with a man that age who wants to date a 17-year-old girl. I didn’t know how to shave my bush and shit like that. I had a hairy p-ssy. I didn’t know how to wear perfume. I had neon pink barrettes in my hair. And as “212” started to pop off and my career started to happen, he became jealous. He choked me and beat me up, and of course you should not be f-cking with a man who puts his hands on you, but I was stupid and young.”

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And you’d think that after being in a relationship with an older man that suffered from ‘Whoop-a-Trick’ syndrome, you’d think she’d be turned off by old men. But Banks says otherwise.:

No, I love older men. The things in an older man’s house are better—his furniture, even his knives and his pots. And they smell better. Young guys, they may skip a shower and shit like that.“

And watch out Bey, because Azealia Banks loves your Jigga Man:

That’s the only person I have my eye set on. The race thing always comes up, but I want to get there being very black and proud and boisterous about it. You get what I mean? A lot of times when you’re a black woman and you’re proud, that’s why people don’t like you. In American society, the game is to be a nonthreatening black person. That’s why you have Pharrell or Kendrick Lamar saying, “How can we expect people to respect us if we don’t respect ourselves?” He’s playing that non-threatening black man sh-t, and that gets all the white soccer moms going, “We love him.” Even Kanye West plays a little bit of that game—“Please accept me, white world.” Jay Z hasn’t played any of those games, and that’s what I like.”

 

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In fitting fashion, Azealia also comes for other poptrixxx, specifically Lorde:

It’s always about race. Lorde can run her mouth and talk shit about all these other b-tches, but y’all aren’t saying she’s angry. If I have something to say, I get pushed into the corner. Why are people pushing Azealia into corners when they should be pushing her off of cliffs?! Azealia even threatens to leave the country if she doesn’t get what’s owed to her:

Because y’all motherf-ckers still owe me reparations! [laughs] That’s why it’s still about race. Really, the generational effects of Jim Crow and poverty linger on. As long as I have my money, I’m getting the f-ck out of here and I’m gonna leave y’all to your own devices.I hate everything about this country. Like, I hate fat white Americans. All the people who are crunched into the middle of America, the real fat and meat of America, are these racist conservative white people who live on their farms. Those little teenage girls who work at Kmart and have a racist grandma—that’s really America.“

 

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And we should all just bow down to the poon power of Azealia:

I should be getting d-ck all the time. I like to f-ck. But I can’t just meet a guy and f-ck him. I’m too afraid of getting herpes or some shit. I like to feel them out, and then I start talking about my black female problems, and we get into a conversation about race, and then we disagree and don’t have another date. Whatever. I’ll just hang out with my mother. It’s okay, because p-ssy is way more sacred than penis.“


Triston
Triston is an American jetset performance artist, writer, event organizer, and activist based in Europe. As a freelance journalist, he has covered both the underground and mainstream aspects of the arts, culture, music, entertainment, travel, fashion and Fashion Week in several cities, including New York, London, Berlin, Istanbul, Sydney, Bangkok, Hong Kong, and Tokyo to name a few. He has been published in The Huffington Post, Trespass (London), Adaras Magazine (Miami) as well as featured in publications such as the New York Times, Vogue Italia, Turkish Huriyet and other on-line and print magazines in the U.S. and internationally. He recently released his memoir on life in Europe, 'Heaux Confessionals'. As a solo performer and with his band $kandal Du$t, he has toured in some of the world's most renowned clubs, simultaneously maintaining an underground renaissance, blurring the lines of all that is traditional and leaving his indelible, and ultimately unforgettable impression. There is no divide.

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