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DISGUSTING: Rapper Azealia Banks Calls For Sarah Palin To Be Brutally Gang-Raped By Black Men

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It seems that Palin Derangement Syndrome still lives on.  On Monday, reported that rapper Azealia Banks tweeted several messages calling for former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin to be gang-raped by a group of black men, then “locked in a cupboard.”

Banks deleted the tweets but not before they were captured for posterity by the Media Research Center.

The tweets are far too disgusting to be posted here, but can be seen at Breitbart and MRC.

MRC added:

Banks wrote the rape should be filmed and uploaded to the website WorldStarHipHop, known for its graphic depictions of violence.


Within minutes after posting the tweets, Banks deleted them and stated she simply “can’t.”


Banks presumably fell for the satire article circulating that asserts Palin said African-Americans willingly accepted slavery.


Banks has not issued an apology for saying Palin “needs” to be raped.


The comments came just days after Palin reiterated her support for GOP front-runner Donald Trump.

The comments came just days after Palin reiterated her support for GOP front-runner Donald Trump.

Banks wasn’t finished, however.  Breitbart said:

But Banks wasn’t done just yet; after reporters from TheBlaze began tweeting about the story, the rapper confronted them, claiming that they too “need some black d—k” in their lives. She also bristled at the outlet’s use of the word “rape” in reference to her initial tweets calling for Palin to be gang-raped. Banks claimed that she would “never wish a woman to be raped.” More

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