Azealia Banks Apologizes After Suggesting Sarah Palin Suck On A Big Black D**k

Azeali Banks Apologizes-Sarah Palin-the jasmine brand

Azealia Banks is saying sorry. The controversial rapper is making headlines after hurling a few insulting Tweets in the direction of Sarah Palin. Peep a few jaw-dropping tweets below.

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Sarah Palin

Sarah Palin

After catching wind of Banks’ tweets, Palin told PEOPLE that she would take legal action against her.

I’ve had enough of the unanswered threats and attacks against my family and me. So, for the first time I’m going to enjoy the only retribution some protected ‘celebrities’ seem to understand – I’m suing Azealia Banks and can’t wait to share my winnings with others who have gone defenseless against lies and dangerous attacks far too long.

Shortly thereafter, Banks apologized on her Tumblr account. See part of the apology below.

Azealia Banks

Azealia Banks

Dear Sarah Palin,

I hope this message reaches you in good spirits and in good health. I want to start this letter off by telling you that I actually, really like you. While many other American people may see you as someone to be ridiculed, I truly believe that you possess a certain ‘je ne sais quoi,’ (a french term which is often interpreted to denote one’s inexplicable charisma.) Given a bit of book-reading/media-training/patience, that charisma could become your magic carpet. There is something very charismatic and misunderstood about you. The misunderstood bit oftentimes reminds me of myself. You’re very passionate about the things you believe in, super determined, and most certainly aware of who you are and where you stand in this world, as a parent, as a politician, but most importantly, as a woman.

Given the propensity of conservative right-wing media publications to veer into very fearful/erroneous/baseless/contradictory/prejudice analyses of us ‘melanated,’ peoples of the United States, It should come as no shock to you that a satirical article accusing you of saying, ‘Even the French understand that Slavery wasn’t our fault because the negroes liked it,’ Would be provocative enough to ruffle a few feathers. Now since learning that the article was not published officially, I sincerely apologize for any emotional distress or reputational scarring i may have caused you.

Click here to read her full apology. P.S. Banks has since deleted the tweets.

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