SamCam’s Favourite Rapper in Racism Storm

American rapper Azealia Banks’ song 212, a celebration of oral sex and gang violence, was a surprising hit with Samantha Cameron, according to the singer at least. Banks’ penchant for fruity language has seen her suspended from Twitter over racially-charged tweets at former One Direction hair gel enthusiast Zayn Malik. She also body-shamed a Mail on Sunday reporter – Azaelia victim Ned Donovan reveals:

I started to receive a mad chain of insults from Banks, which made an otherwise quiet afternoon in the office vastly more exciting. She tweeted that I looked ‘like that kid in Matilda who ate all the cakes.’

Banks has since been dropped from the Born and Bred festival in London. Samantha’s better off with Polica.




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