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I’ll End My Life Once I’m Done With My Current Music Project – Azealia Banks

Azealia Banks

Azealia Banks

Popular rapper, Azealia Banks has left fans worrying about the state of her well being.

She recently shared several suicidal messages on social media and a lot of well-wishers have been reacting.

According to her, she plans to seek voluntary euthanasia to end it all as soon as she is done with the music she is currently working on.

She then blasted her friends and family who have ulterior motives in taking an interest in her personal life.

Her words, “You b****es are so f***ing funny,’ ‘Like you b****es are really funny, like really f***ing funny.”

“You know, you’re reaching out to management and all that other s*** under the guise of concern but really it’s just a story grab b**** – get the f*** out of here!”

“Like even if I do decide to f***ing kill myself, OK, treat it like how you treat everything else Azealia Banks … ignore, it ignore it, ignore it.”

See what she shared,


Azealia Amanda Banks is an American rapper, singer, songwriter, record producer and actress. Raised in the Harlem neighborhood of New York City, she began releasing music through Myspace in 2008 before being signed to XL Recordings at age 17. In 2011, her single “212” went viral and entered several international charts.

Banks subsequently signed with Interscope and Polydor Records before later separating in July 2013. Banks ultimately became an independent artist and started her own independent record label, Chaos & Glory Recordings, after multiple negative experiences with previous labels.

Azealia Amanda Banks was born on May 31, 1991, in New York City’s Manhattan borough; she was the youngest of three girls. Her single mother raised her and two older sisters in Harlem, after their father died of pancreatic cancer when she was two years old.

Following her father’s death, Banks says that her mother “became really abusive—physically and verbally. Like she would hit me and my sisters with baseball bats, bang our heads up against walls, and she would always tell me I was ugly. I remember once she threw out all the food in the fridge, just so we wouldn’t have anything to eat.” Due to escalating violence, Banks moved out of her mother’s home at age 14 to live with her older sister.

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