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Azealia Banks Waited For Grimes at Elon Musk's House For Several Days To Finish Collaboration

Azealia Banks waited for Grimes at Elon Musk‘s house for several days, but it looks like she never showed up.

The 27-year-old rapper headed to LA to finish a collaboration with the singer and producer, who has been dating Elon for several months.

Azealia was supposed to meet with Grimes at Elon‘s home, but when she arrived Grimes was not there.

“Literally been sitting at Elon Musk’s house alone for days waiting for Grimes to show up and start these sessions. I have no idea when she is coming back. I’m going to wait one more day then I’m going to go home,” Azealia wrote on her Instagram story.

She reportedly also added, “staying at musks house is like a real like episode of Get Out.”

The following day, Azealia updated fans that Grimes never showed up and she left the home.

Azealia also clarified that she was not being held hostage at the home and at no point did she refuse to leave.

She also shared some hilarious memes poking fun at the situation, adding her into a Home Alone movie poster and suggesting she pitch the events as an HBO series.

Azealia Banks: 'Treasure Island' Stream, Lyrics & Download - Listen Here!

Azealia Banks is back at it again with yet another brand new track called, “Treasure Island,” and you can stream it right here!

The song marks the follow-up to “Anna Wintour,” and is set to appear on Fantasea II: The Second Wave, the sequel to the 26-year-old rapper’s debut mixtape Fantasea and her first album under eOne records.

“Wow treasure island did what she had to do,” Azealia tweeted. “‘Treasure Island’ and along the coast are both Aaliyah rock the boat tributes.”

You can also download “Treasure Island” on iTunes now!


Azealia Banks – Treasure Island (Official Audio)

Click inside to read the lyrics to Azealia Banks’ lyrics to her brand new song…More Here! »

Azealia Banks Dances It Out In 'Anna Wintour' Music Video!

Azealia Banks keeps it cool in a crop top and short shorts in the just released music video for her latest single “Anna Wintour“!

In the clip, directed by Matt Sukkar, the 26-year-old rapper shows off her best moves in an empty warehouse, strutting like a true catwalk queen.

“Big Shout Out to @JanetJackson for inspiring a legion of art school girls to foliow in her footsteps,” Azealia wrote on her Twitter account. “‘Anna Wintour’ is an HOMAGE to the queen of “black girl cool”!”

You can also stream “Anna Wintour” on Spotify and download it on iTunes now!


Azealia Banks – Anna Wintour (Music Video)

Cardi B Deletes Instagram Amid Feud with Azealia Banks

Cardi B has deleted her Instagram account amid a feud with fellow artist Azealia Banks.

In a recent interview, Azealia called out Cardi for not using proper grammar in her social media posts. She also implied that Cardi is setting back black women’s culture after Beyonce brought it to a peak in 2016 during the Lemonade era.

“Two years ago, the conversation surrounding black women’s culture was really reaching an all-time high,” Azealia said in an interview with The Breakfast Club. “There was just this really, really, really intelligent conversation going on nationally and then everything just kind of changed and then it was like Cardi B.”

“I’m just talking about this caricature of a black woman that black women themselves would never be able to get away with. Like, if my spelling and grammar was that bad, I’d be canceled. If Nicki Minaj spelled like that, we would be ragging on her all day,” she added.

Click inside for Cardi B’s now-deleted response to Azealia… More Here! »

Azealia Banks Reveals Her True Feelings About Cardi B, RZA & More on 'Breakfast Club' - Watch Now!

Azealia Banks is speaking out.

The 26-year-old “212″ rapper made an appearance on The Breakfast Club Show, which aired on Friday (May 11).

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During her appearance, Azealia expressed her honest feelings about Cardi B and RZA, as well as Breakfast Club co-host Charlamagne tha God. She also discusses her new music, as well as her own artistry.

“I think nowadays, in all of the entertainment industries, things get really homogenized. It’s kind of just a way to see things differently, rather than just ‘pop star, pop star, pop star,’” she said of her occasionally controversial pop culture commentary.

“It’s kind of a way to keep myself entertained so I’m not actually consuming the fodder.”

Watch below!