Thursday, September 16, 2021

Disney Channel Star Skai Jackson, 14, Destroys Azealia Banks on Twitter: ‘Take Your L Like a Champ’

Actress Skai Jackson attends the 2016 Radio Disney Music Awards at Microsoft Theater on April 30, 2016 in Los Angeles, California.
Actress Skai Jackson attends the 2016 Radio Disney Music Awards at Microsoft Theater on April 30, 2016 in Los Angeles, California.

*A 14-year-old Disney Channel star went toe to toe with Azealia Banks on Twitter after the rapper went on one of her periodic racist rants Tuesday — this time against former One Direction star-turned-solo artist Zayn Malik, whose new video for “Like I Would” made instant headlines upon its release yesterday.

Azealia Banks performs for fans during Splendour in the Grass on July 25, 2015 in Byron Bay, Australia.
Azealia Banks performs for fans during Splendour in the Grass on July 25, 2015 in Byron Bay, Australia.

Banks accused him of stealing some of her concepts for the video. He responded to her on Twitter:  “No lies, I see you reaching, but I don’t care,” along with a peace sign emoji.

Instead, Banks went to war:

There was much more, but you get the point. Enter Skai Jackson, all of 14-years-old and a star on the Disney Channel series “Bunk’d.”

And like the zombies on “The Walking Dead” who move mindlessly toward noise, Azealia’s ire turned toward Skai.

And then it was on.

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3 COMMENTS

    • She’s supposed to be some ‘rapper’ who makes a lot of noise by throwing insults at people and fighting for no reason. In short, she’s an attention whore with little talent. Absolutely hilarious she got ‘owned’ by a 14 year old. 😀

  1. I still say Shar should not have injected herself into this nonsense. ALso, to Skair, Azealia Banks does NOT make black women look bad, Banks makes HERSELF look bad. She does NOT represent all black women no more than Honey boo boo represent all white people.

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