Azealia Banks’s Twitter getting suspended was not enough to stop her from expressing how she feels towards black people. The rapper took to Instagram as her new platform to speak on black people’s ‘mental health.’

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Banks spoke on relationships she has had with black men in the industry. She says,

“From the minute I appeared on the scene I was told by black men in black media that I was ugly, skinny, had bad hair, was weird, made music for white people etc… And those messages penetrated the social consciousness of black America very quickly. I’ve been belittled, berated, stolen from, called crazy when making clear and true observations about the world we live in only to then have all of those things reveal themselves to be truths. I’m not blaming anyone or anything for any of my actions, but I think it’s really important to for people outside of us (black folk) to understand the detrimental effects of whiteness and white supremacy/white cultural pervasiveness on black peoples MENTAL HEALTH as a whole and the MENTAL HEALTH of black individual herself.”

Banks then tried to defend the remarks that she made against caucasian artist Zayn. Banks feels that

“in the racial-social construct of the pop world he is STILL beneath Justin [sic] Beiber.”

Source: Complex