Azealia Banks is definitely one of the most established female rappers in the hip-hop world, but she also draws a ton of controversy. On top of that, she is also known to be very judgmental and snap a lot. Azealia was recently onstage for the Wynwood Pride performance. And it appears she was absolutely tired and unhappy of being there.

Banks recently claimed she’s being screwed, and despite the fact that her rage didn’t appear to be directed at fans, she took it out on them during a Pride performance in Miami. The controversial rapper began shouting about promoters jerking her about over her set times and whether she was the headliner, while she performed with her boobs all the way out.

I’m really not happy to be here. I’m trying y’all, but it’s difficult. I really don’t wanna f*cking be here.

Azealia knew it wasn’t the fans’ fault but she clearly wanted off that stage. However, it appears that the concert promoters have had enough. Before she could continue, someone cut off her mic.

That enraged her even more, so she pulled a perfect mic drop, but it was more like she tossed the mic down. Then she stormed off the stage in a huff. Azealia had only performed approximately four songs at that point. The audience became agitated, and when they discovered she wasn’t returning, they began to boo.

Azealia was already an unusual choice to lead the event, given her history of receiving backlash from the LGBTQ+ community. Remember, she termed HIV/AIDS sufferers “sex addicts” and called a flight attendant a homophobe. Despite this, she has always had a large number of LGBT fans who have persevered with her. Check out the video below.

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