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Apparently, Azealia Banks practices witchcraft and reveals her blood stained closet. Go inside to see the bizarre video, plus details on Instagram models extorting a billionaire inside…

Azealia Banks loves attention and she’s certainly getting it with her latest social media antics.

Apparently, the Harlem native practices witchcraft and she shared the aftermath on her SnapChat. She shared a series of videos of a closet covered in what she said was blood and feathers. She said the mess was a result of “three years worth of Brujería” — the Spanish language word for witchcraft.

She continued, “You know I’ve got to scrape all this sh*t up. I got my sandblaster, my goggles, it’s about to go down.”

Peep the bizarre video below:

A video posted by Say Cheese (@saycheesetv) on Dec 30, 2016 at 12:31pm PST

Singer Sia, who just filed for divorce from her husband, caught wind of Azealia’s video and decided to call her out tweeting:

Known to not hold her tongue, Azealia clapped back attacking her skin disease:

Oh Azealia…

In other news…

A few Instagram models were caught doing what many Insta-Thots do: Trying to extort a Nigerian billionaire. Now they’re apologizing.

Two sisters, Jyoti and Kiran Matharoo, were detained in Lagos, Nigeria after they allegedly tried to extort money and cyber bully a Nigerian businessman.

According to reports, the Instagram “models” attempted to blackmail businessman Femi Otedola claiming they had a sex tape of him cheating on his wife and told him they would blast it on the Internet if he didn’t cough up some dough. It didn’t work though.

A private investigation squashed their scheme and they were both arrested. Now, they’re apolozing to Femi in a new YouTube video. The sisters read their apology from a phone where they said, “We apologize to Femi Otedola and his family, especially his wife and children, and all other petitioners.”

The sisters also own a website and several other social media accounts where they seemingly cyber bully people online.

“We created a platform where people can send in stories. Most stories were sent by close friends or associates of people being written about. The intention was not to hurt anyone or be malicious.”


Peep their full apology above.

Photos: Azealia’s IG

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