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Azealia Banks Says She Doesn’t Want To Be A Rapper And Deletes Her Twitter Account


Azealia Banks is on a rampage. After her successful jaunt at Coachella and signing on with iconic manager Troy Carter (he manages Lady Gaga), it looked like miss Banks was on the up and up, but today the young rapstress not only announced that she was no longer managed by Carter, but that she doesn’t even want to be a rapper anymore. Upon revealing the news about parting ways with Carter, she deleted her Twitter account and started a Tumblr page, which she said will be the sole line of communication between her and her fans. She wrote:

no longer wishing to be a rapper.i never was…. and as soon as i started paying attention to bullshit urban media, i started getting myself in trouble. From now on i’m a vocalist, and will not be associating myself with the “rap game”… or whatever the f*ck that means…no more twitter for me… it makes me entirely too accessible. Catch me on tumblr… it’ll be more interesting.

But before all of this drama, the 20-year-old up-and-coming star expressed her feelings towards male management on her now defunt Twitter page. She tweeted:

I know who you are yes…You short bald man…I know you planted these false stories.

Guess what?: I’m still not going to let you manage me again. I’ve dealt with enough cyber bullying to see right thru this.

I will definitely be working BY MYSELF and saving MY 20% On management commissions while I avoid you sharks in the water….

I really want a female manager. Women are just so much smarter.

I just want a really hardcore woman…Or a really gay man as my manager…You other n-ggas have WAY too much ego sh-t with y’all.

I just need a lady with some really intimidating glasses and a crazy shoe game to just stomp all you phonies out!

Lol I’m dead serious tho…About not hiring another male manager. The next manager you all see will be the kuniest kunt ever.

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