- The Washington Times - Tuesday, March 24, 2015

Rapper Azealia Banks on Saturday reportedly tweeted a close-up photograph of genitals to The Blaze blogger Matt Walsh and conservative radio host Wayne DuPree after they criticized her for declaring her hatred for “fat white Americans” during a recent Playboy interview.

Ms. Banks received the ire of conservatives last week when she told Playboy she hates everything about America and can’t wait to leave.

“Like, I hate fat white Americans,” she said. “All the people who are crunched into the middle of America, the real fat and meat of America, are these racist conservative white people who live on their farms. Those little teenage girls who work at Kmart and have a racist grandma — that’s really America.”

Mr. Walsh penned a scathing blog post inviting Ms. Banks to make good on her threats and leave the U.S., The Blaze reported. Mr. Dupree also reportedly had an online back and forth with Ms. Banks.

The 23-year-old rapper from New York responded to the two conservatives Saturday by tweeting a photograph of genitalia, with the message: “If you guys look closely enough you can see the future,” The Blaze reported.

Ms. Banks reportedly deleted the tweet shortly after posting it, but then sent Mr. Walsh a vulgar subsequent tweet.

“Can you imagine if a white male pop star did this?” Mr. Walsh asked in an interview with The Blaze. “He’d be boycotted, shunned and sued for sexual harassment, without a doubt.”

“In the end, I think she’s just a desperate and confused girl who feels an intense resentment for white people and men, and this was her way of showing that,” he continued. “I also think she’s obsessed with attention and, having no moral foundation, this is how she’s learned to try and get that attention. I hope she eventually learns how to use her words like a grown-up, because this is really embarrassing. And I hope that the media catches on to the fact that even if someone is a black female, it’s still not OK for them to be vulgar, sexually desperate bigots.”

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