Azealia Banks mentioned she needs to show the stays of her lifeless cat right into a pair of earrings after just lately digging up the corpse of her beloved feline, Lucifer.
The 29-year-old 212 rapper left social media shocked earlier this week after footage emerged of her digging up the pet after which showing to boiling its bones.
She then positioned what appeared to be cranium of the lifeless cat on an altar alongside a number of objects akin to a $100 invoice and fragrance.
Within the newest twist of occasions, Azealia now hopes to show the jaw bones of her lifeless cat into earrings.
Taking to social media on Thursday, Azealia defined to her baffled followers that she deliberate to make the bones into jewelry.
“After the peroxide tub, right here is Lucifer’s jaw,” she informed her followers.
She added: “Titanium cat jaw earcuffs with a slick arianny full lacewig pony… That is vogue.”
The singer’s newest replace got here days after she sparked concern amongst followers when she shared a video through which she seemed to be digging up the lifeless physique of her late cat from her backyard.
If that wasn’t sufficient, Azealia then boiled the carcass earlier than inserting the cat head amongst an altar.
Followers had been clearly left baffled by the weird movies and took to social media to precise their disbelief.
“My abdomen is in my mouth proper now.”
“Gosh, the poor lady is clearly coping with loads. Cease the hate guys,” added one other.
Regardless of the backlash, Azealia then took to social media in an try and try to clarify her actions.
In a sequence of social media tales, the artist defined it was ‘taxidermy’ and clapped again at critics of her actions.
“Why do you assume I might eat a lifeless cat once I can barely eat a lifeless cow. It is known as taxidermy…” she mentioned.
She then went on to inform her followers she needs to take the cranium to a jewellers.
In a single publish she wrote: “I am taking him to a jewellery store to have it gilded. Lucifer was an icon. He deserves to be preserved.”
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