Singer Azealia Banks attends the Nasty Gal Melrose Store Launch on November 20, 2014, in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by John Sciulli/Getty Images for Nasty Gal)

Rapper Azealia Banks took to Twitter to advocate for reparations. The 23-year-old entertainer put out a series of tweets decrying major corporations for profiting off of slave labor.

“ITS MY MONEY, AND I WANT IT NOWWWWW!!!!!!” Banks said in a tweet Friday. She said that these companies owe African-Americans up to $100 trillion.  She even went as far as naming corporations such as Aetna, New York Life Insurance and JP Morgan Chase who she claims have benefited off of slavery. 

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She linked to reports on how Native-Americans and Holocaust survivors have received some form of reparations from the United States and Germany.

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She also said that she would sacrifice her music career for the fight for reparations.

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Banks is no stranger to speaking her mind on controversial topics. Last week during a radio interview, she called out white Australian rapper Iggy Azalea for misappropriating black culture. She also called fellow rapper T.I. a “shoe-shining coon’ for his promotion of white rappers.