Azealia Banks was involved in a verbal altercation on a plane this morning.
Azealia Banks gets into arguments on a daily basis, but today it was a bit different -- it didn't actually take place on Twitter. Yes, Banks had an IRL altercation with a flight attendant today, and there's video evidence of the incident.
An eyewitness from the plane claims that Azealia tried to make a run for the door just as the plane her plane landed In L.A. this morning, attempting to bypass a French couple in the process. This report then states that when the man put his hand out to stop her as they were unloading their luggage, Banks spit at him, hit him, and clawed at his shirt.
Banks on the other hand, says the man actually hit her in the face. "I don't tolerate bitchassness and I don't tolerate men putting their hands on me," she said later on. The eyewitness has since disputed her claim.
The video takes place after all of this, when a flight attendant grabs her bag and the two fight over it as she curses at him, eventually calling him a "fucking f-----t".
Banks defended her use of the slur on Twitter, as well as her choice to fight back in the situation, saying "Black women in America are starting to love themselves so fucking loudly, and people can not fucking take it."
Watch the footage and view Banks' responses below.
Now you all can sit here in your fake outrage and discuss this amongst yourselves !! I'm headed to the beauty parlor! SIYONARA MOTHERFUCKERS— AZEALIABANKS (@AZEALIABANKS) September 22, 2015
I am bisexual. my brother is trans. My employees are all gay men. . Nothing else to say.— AZEALIABANKS (@AZEALIABANKS) September 22, 2015
black women are starting to love themselves so loudly pic.twitter.com/AM9gThmxbN— AZEALIABANKS (@AZEALIABANKS) September 22, 2015
The bitches throw shade cause they just can't take pic.twitter.com/FBT7S6QTCY— AZEALIABANKS (@AZEALIABANKS) September 22, 2015
Cause yall KNOW, that they would've politely handed a white woman her bags and a spritzer. #whatever— AZEALIABANKS (@AZEALIABANKS) September 22, 2015