Azealia Banks infuriated over Bots spamming her Facebook page, takes on haters
With the belief that someone is using bots to spam her page, she asked that someone to at least get bots that could leave comments with �clear English.�
The controversial American rapper, singer-songwriter, and actress Azealia Banks is now back on social media. However, she is not happy with someone using "bots" to spam her page with unnecessary comments.
On Sunday, Banks took it to Facebook to express her anger in a post, which she later deleted. She expressed how infuriated she was over “third world freaks” who keep on spamming her page with comments rife with “broken English.” She also grabbed the chance to clap back at a white Brazilian who insulted her with a racist slur by asking if that someone cared to check his or her economy first.
With the belief that someone is using bots to spam her page, she asked that someone to at least get bots that could leave comments with “clear English.”
However, her quirky and funny fans kept her laughing even while she was full of disdain with spam. But she also had haters started taking things further to point out what they think is wrong with the outspoken rapper.
Triggered, Banks posted a lengthy rant about why she now wants to have her own social media site. According to her, there are just “too many dummies” that get in-between her and her real followers. She said, “I tried moving from Twitter to Insta to Facebook to try and get away from the pests, but they just follow me EVERYWHERE I GO LOL.”
While she was being called names, she took it on herself to tell her haters that she’s the “queen of the Internet” for making international news from the comfort of her toilet seat. She also wrote in another post that she’s “very pleased with [herself].”