According to a post on her Instagram page, Banks was reduced to tears after the cast joked about her skin complexion.
As fragile as she is about not looking more light-ish, Cannon should’ve known better than to encourage his low-level talent to go there with her.
And if your reading this and your name is Azealia Banks, shame on you for agreeing to appear on this show. Have you not seen any of the episodes featuring dark-skinned female rappers who are viciously attacked over their appearance, and referred to as welfare queens and baby mamas?
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azealia banks cancelled her album after the whole situation with “Wild’n Out” .. ? pic.twitter.com/mERUU3Nt7M
— peggy sue*** (@DELVINWINTOUR) July 16, 2018
Nick and his mediocre band of so-called rappers live to go in on black chicks but fall all over themselves when light/white/mixed girls step to the mic.
The white men who sign Nick’s checks over at MTV pay him well to ensure colorist/black jokes are hurled aplenty.
Meanwhile, Banks is still nurturing her feelings over this fact, as such, she has pushed her long-awaited album back while she takes “time to relax and bounce on di*k.”
When Wendy Williams discussed the Banks/Cannon drama, she prompted a response from Azealia, who took to her Instagram story to wish death upon the TV personality.
“Omg can Wendy Williams have another stroke on TV and finally drop dead? I would love to see her die on air.” Banks wrote.
Following the incident on the “Wild N Out” set, Banks said that the cast had “pre-planned colorist jokes” as well as call her ugly which she said caused her to break down in tears.
In related news, D.L. Hughley and Vlad had an in-depth discussion on the N-word and racism in America.
While the N-word is currently heavily used and promoted in the hip-hop community, the comedian points out how the word has been in use since the 1700s.
Later on, DL went in on how American history has been ruined by Google and calls the cloak of anonymity a “truth serum” for racists.
Watch the discussion via the clip above.