Azealia Banks fashions earrings from bones of her cat Lucifer days after digging its remains and cooking it

Banks shocked her fans once again, revealing that she's turned Lucifer's jaw bones into accessories, having bleached the cat's bones after cooking it


                            Azealia Banks fashions earrings from bones of her cat Lucifer days after digging its remains and cooking it
Azealia Banks performs during 2013 Governors Ball Music Festival at Randall's Island on June 8, 2013 in New York City (Getty Images)

Rapper Azealia Banks horrified her fans on January 12, when she dug up her dead cat from the grave, and cooked its remains. Now, she's taken things a step further, and fans who thought they couldn't be more horrified are proven wrong, as Banks uses the remains of her pet to fashion herself a morbid pair of pale bone earrings. The rap star dug up her cat Lucifer on January 12, as horrified fans watched live on Instagram. The clip, since deleted, showed Banks and an unnamed friend digging up the cat's remains. Banks claimed that the purpose behind this was to bring her pet "back to life." In the same video, she then proceeded to boil the remains in a large pot of water. The videos, shared on Banks' Instagram Stories, were quickly taken down, but they were up long enough for the video to be replicated and shared online. Fans were horrified.

For her part, Banks objected to the idea that there was anything wrong with this practice, calling those who thought she was going to eat her cat "racist." "Why do you think I would eat a dead cat when I can barely eat a dead cow. It's called taxidermy…" she said, accordign to the Sun. "Plenty of hunters with preserved deer heads hanging off their wall. Darlings… You guys are being racist and this is very un-black lives mater of you all." 

On January 15, Banks shocked her fans once again, revealing that she's turned Lucifer's jaw bones into accessories, having bleached the cat's bones after cooking it. "After the peroxide bath, here is Lucifer's jaw," she said, showing off the newly bleached bones on Instagram stories. One image shows her posing with the bones, with text saying "Titanium cat jaw earcuffs with a slick arianny full lacewig pony. That's fashion."

Rapper Azealia Banks attends the NYLON Midnight Garden Party at a private residence on April 10, 2015 in Bermuda Dunes, California. (Photo by Chelsea Lauren/Getty Images for NYLON)

The fans are shocked over this new turn of events - some are still not over seeing her video from last week. "I’m fascinated by this silly woman.... she really gone and stewed down Lucifer and next stage wanting to make earrings from his bones!?!" wrote a fan, online. "I could’ve gone my whole life without seeing glimpses of the video of Azealia Banks cooking her dead cat," wrote one. "i haven't been able to get anything done since i read about azealia banks and her dead cat" wrote this user. One fan is calling for an end to Banks and the fandom, writing, "Hear me out! I believe that we, as a society, have evolved past the need for @AZEALIA_2O20. Just a proposition!" On fan even calls the whole incident the worst thing on Twitter, writing, "The worst internet thing this week though is definitely Azealia Banks and her cat."



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 

Azealia Banks performs during 2013 Governors Ball Music Festival at Randall's Island on June 8, 2013 in New York City. (Photo by Ilya S. Savenok/Getty Images)

Banks shot back against her critics online, saying, "The cat's head is soaking in peroxide to fully clean him, then I'm taking him to a jewelry shop to have it gilded. "Lucifer was an icon. He deserves to be preserved. You girls are not tough like me. You may indeed, kiss my witchy a**"."

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