Twitter has managed to do the one thing no celebrity has yet been able to do:
Shut Azealia Banks up.
Following a rampage in which she went off on Zayn Malik via a firestorm of hateful insults that questioned his skin color... his religion... and his sexual preference, Banks has seen her Twitter account get temporarily suspended.
Those who visit the account for @AZEALIABANKS will now be redirected to a page that reads: “Account suspended.”
A message there explains why:
This account has been suspended. Learn more about why Twitter suspends accounts, or return to your timeline.
This news has hilariously caused “#AzealiaGotSuspendedParty” to start trending on Twitter.
Of course, anyone who has been following the celebrity gossip world over the past few days is well aware already of why Banks has gotten the social media boot.
In response to her belief that Malik copied portions of her work for his latest music video, Banks called Malik a "bitch n-gga" on Tuesday.
She also said he was the “token brown boy” in One Direction, that his mother is a “dirty refuse” and that he’s a giant “f-ggot.”
These messages got Banks fired from an upcoming London music festival and led many on Twitter to start calling for her account to be suspended.
They also led 14-year old Skai Jackson to slam Banks, putting the artist in her place by saying she has no class and no career.
"Fix ur life," Jackson wrote to Banks. 'I’m sure my mom did a wayyy better job then yours did! You give black woman a bad name. I’ll be praying for you."
The only surprising thing here is that it took Twitter so long to actually kick Banks off.
She has bashed the gay community in general in the past, while she's also gotten into absurd beefs with Beyonce, Kim Kardashian, Lady Gaga, Pharrell and Iggy Azalea.
Who has Banks NOT gone after?
That may actually be a shorter list than who she has gone after.
We've made an attempt to compile the latter below: