At this point, we think it's safe to say Azealia Banks' rap career never quite took off like it was supposed to.
"212" was, ever shall be the jam, but that was ... years ago, and it wasn't exactly a mainstream hit.
Since then, Banks has become more famous for her feuds than for her music and her wildly erratic behavior that for her music.
In the past year alone she's beefed with Russell Crowe, Kanye West, Kendrick Lamar, Jay Z, Iggy Azalea (probably justified), and the entire continent of Australia (possibly related).
Banks was banned from Twitter after tweeting shockingly bigoted comments about people of Middle Eastern descent during a bizarre tirade targeted at Zayn Malik.
And now, it looks like she's been booted from the web's other biggest social media platform.
At some point last night, Banks Facebook profile disappeared from without explanation.
No cause has been given by either the site or Banks (though we must admit, we have yet to check her LiveJournal page), but if we had to guess, we'd say the ban probably has something to do with the following video that Banks posted last week:
Oh, you should be warned that the above clip is NSFAHBE (not safe for any human being ever).
If you already clicked on it, um ... sorry!
It shows Banks cleaning up blood and feathers from what she claims is "three years' worth" of chicken sacrifices carried out as part of her practices in witchcraft.
"Real witches do real things," Banks gleefully tells the camera as she refers to power wash the poultry gore from her floors and walls.
Not a necessary chore for most NYC residents.
Of course, the final straw for Mark Zuckerberg may have been a racist rant targeted at her Brazilian followers that Banks posted last night:
"When are all of these third world freaks going to stop spamming my page with broken English over things they know nothing about?" Banks wrote.
"I'm the queen of the Internet. This stuff is all so effortless. Sheesh.
"How I manage to make international news from the comfort of my toilet seat is honestly beyond me. I'm not even doing anything … at all."
We'd say Banks' days of making news from the toilet appear to have come to an end, but you can't keep a good psycho down.
See ya on MySpace, Azealia!