Azealia Banks had the perfect response when she was asked a bizarre question on a radio show.
The clip of her on The Breakfast Club, a hugely popular US TV show, is from two years ago, but it's resurfaced and people are still seriously into it.
I physically cannot stop watching this,,,,, https://t.co/sk3fUsidfq
— dan shadiest/diva moments (@dan shadiest/diva moments)
Banks is a musician and rapper whose hits include '212' and 'Imma Read' – in the last few years, her personal life has been the subject of controversy, including a bizarre friendship and feud with Grimes and Elon Musk.
But she also has continued to make music, and is putting out a new album this year.
Her music, which is a mixture of many genres and often features her rapping and singing, is popular with the LGBTQ+ community – and Banks knows it.
In the clip from her appearance on The Breakfast Club, one of the hosts, Charlemagne , says: “One of our interns here, she says that you make music for the gays.”
Banks replies saying, “Yes, I do.” She then asks, “What’s wrong with that?”
Banks isn’t drawn into a conversation about what just happened – she just asks “what now?” after a couple of seconds of silence.
People loved her response – even if they weren’t her biggest fans.
@gay_trickery I can’t stand her , but I can respect the way she stands up for herself because he really tried it there