Sarah Palin has responded to Azealia's comments in a Facebook post. You can read it below.

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Not long ago, Azealia Banks deleted her Twitter account, calling American media culture "disgusting and junky" and vowed not to participate in it, but in less than a month's time, the rapper has relaunched her account, and filled it with what can only be described as hate-filled rhetoric directed at former Republican vice presidential candidate and current Donald Trump supporter Sarah Palin.

As Mediate reports, Azealia has made numerous comments on Twitter presumably based on a satirical news article that quotes Palin as saying, "I’m telling you, I’ve been saying it for years, but nobody’s listening -- slavery wasn’t forced onto African-Americans, they accepted it willingly.”

In response, Banks suggests that Palin "needs to have her hair shaved off to a buzz cut" and receive various sexual acts from black men "before you start talking shit about 'black people willing accepting slavery.'"

A series of initial tweets were published early Sunday morning (April 3) and have since been deleted, with a second batch of Palin-directed tweets going up early Tuesday morning (April 5). Both can be viewed below, the former set as screen grabs, with the latter still existing on Azealia's feed.

The Palin comments come weeks after Banks let it be known that she intends to vote for Donald Trump, saying that he "is the only one who truly has the balls to bust up big business." As far as feud's go, just last month, Banks went at models Jhonni Blaze and Cyn Santana and had some disturbing comments in regard to Iggy Azalea's admission that she had suicidal thoughts in the past year.

Read Azealia's Palin-directed comments below.


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