Azealia Banks inks million-dollar deal

The controversial rapper says she has finally found a "home" after signing a new record deal for big bucks.

Azalea Banks in Australia
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Azealia Banks is feeling herself after inking a record deal with eOne Entertainment.

The controversial artist shared the good news on social media Thursday.

“I’m now officially signed to E1 Entertainment!! I HAVE A HOME AGAIN… I’m crying 😢. The Industry left me out on the street like a stray dog and now I have shelter again. This is really making me cry I’m so happy and grateful and thankful for all of this and I promise I’m going to make the KUNTS so proud. Thank you guys so freaking much you don’t know how much this means to me @eone_music @williamrobillardcole,” she posted.

She thanked her fans, whom she refers to as “KUNTS” for their ongoing support.

“I come from a very broken household and When I was a little girl all I wanted was to be loved. I’ve been all around the world but I swear I’ve never felt more understood, cared for and welcome than I have with you all. YOU are the loves of my life. I don’t need anyone else but my kunts. Thank you for everything,” she posted.

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Just one day before announcing the big news on her new deal, Azealia Banks put her wishes for success out into the universe by posting a photo of her in front of Nicki Minaj and Mel B. “MANIFESTINGG *touches temples* *beams laser rays from eyes*.” she posted.

MANIFESTINGG *touches temples* *beams laser rays from eyes*

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Earlier this week, the outspoken artist took to social media to let it be known that she wasn’t feeling sorry for white women who complained that this year’s Grammy Awards left the ladies out of the winner’s circle.

“Reading all this media coverage and I cannot stop thinking about how entitled white women are when it comes to the industry. They fight for themselves and only themselves and routinely seem to forget about allllllll other groups of women when raising points about “gender inequality.” It’s selfishness pretending to be virtue. Black Women Deal with this every single year yet none of the elite Hollywood feminist vanguard jumps to defend any of them. If you ask me : the Hollywood feminists all sound like a bunch of spoiled freaking brats!!! PODCAST NUMBER TWO COMING TONIGHT,” she posted.