Azealia Banks - Billboard Magazine

 

Azealia Banks is gracing the latest issue so Billboard magazine and her interview only reaffirms why I simply can’t with her.

Inside her cover story, the 23-year-old highly-opinionated and controversial rapper talked about everything from casting spells on her ex-boyfriend to her desire to smash President Obama.

Read eight quotes from Azealia Banks‘ interview in Billboard that made me SMDH.

On being an idol:

I’m not here to be your idol, because I’m probably going to do some f**ed-up sh*t,” she admits. “I’m probably going to f**k some old-a** white man, and you’re going to be like, ‘What the f**k is going on?’

On casting spells on her former boyfriend:

It wasn’t about being vindictive or trying to kill him or anything — I just wanted to dominate him.

On her Twitter shenanigans:

I often go on there as a way to distract myself from being a person.

On her work regimen:

I drink, I smoke weed, I don’t really bathe. I might go off and masturbate and talk to myself in the mirror for hours. It’s a sort of psychosis. I work during witching hours, 3 a.m., 4 a.m., when the dead writers, the failed writers and the failed musicians who are dead are roaming around.

On President Obama:

He’s so fine. Those big-ass white teeth and ears hanging off his head? I’m like, ‘Oh my god, I want to f**k the president.’

On her initial reaction to posing for Playboy:

People are so repulsed by me, because I’m such a polarizing figure, that no one really wants to see me naked.

On sleeping with her security guards and her friends:

I sleep with my security guards. I love security guards. They’re these big meathead bald white guys with blue eyes. And I have had sex with a lot of my female friends. It’s a proximity thing. It’s why I am going to call my next record Business and Pleasure, because I’m always mixing the two.

On getting breast implants:

I’m all ready to get my tits done, I’ve already paid ($9,000 deposit) for them. I’m just afraid of the anesthesia.

You can read the rest of Azealia Banks‘ interview with Billboard here.