She was in the 212 but now she’s throwing mics.
Fans’ initial responses to the news that Azealia Banks will be this year’s Wynwood Pride headliner were divided.
Banks, a rapper from Harlem, has made several contentious statements in the past, including ones that were offensive to the LGBTQ community.
However, Banks still has a sizeable following within the LGBTQ community, especially given that her “handbag house” music is often included at gay nightclubs.
At last week’s Wynwood Pride, Banks arrived on stage hours after her scheduled performance time and was visibly frustrated with the event’s organisers.
After arriving hours late to perform at Wynwood Pride, headliner Azealia Banks stops performing during her set. The crowd is upset and leaving. pic.twitter.com/CdFSDeVipx
— Lauren Costantino (@misscostantino) June 11, 2022
“I’ve been being f***ed around…