Yesterday we published some excerpts from Azealia Banks' Playboy interview in which the rapper angrily spoke out about her hatred of "fat, white Americans" and, well...pretty much everyone else who isn't Azealia Banks.
Azealia's nude photos have yet to hit the web, but Playboy posted more of her interview today, and yeah - it's not likely earn her many new fans.
"In American society, the game is to be a nonthreatening black person," Azealia says at one point. "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 nonthreatening 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.”
Well...at least she likes Jay Z? By our count, that brings the list of things that Azealia Banks doesn't passionately hate to one. Two, if you count herself.
Obviously, her bizarre comments about her fellow (far more respected) hip hop artists are getting most of the press (Does she really think Kanye tries too hard to be nice?!), but Azealia's comments about the roots of her seething rage are pretty interesting too:
It seems it all started in grade school:
"I wrote in the journal one day," Azealia says, recalling a fond childhood memory. "‘I cannot stand this white bitch teacher. F-ck this white bitch.’
"She found my journal and called my mother, who was embarrassed, because my mother used to say stuff like that–’White people are of the devil. Stay away from them.’ That teacher was scared of me after that.”
So there you have it, Azealia Banks has been a frothing ball of fury ever since she was a kid. Suddenly, we feel like Iggy Azalea feud is gonna turn into a murder rap.