Lucifer and Jehovah (Cat)
Azealia Banks currently has a white cat named Jehovah, but also used to have a black cat named Lucifer. Lucifer lived from 2009 until 2020.
Azealia Banks “digging up her dead cat and boiling it” controversy
In 2020, Azealia Banks sparked controversy when she posted a video on Instagram showing her digging up her dead cat Lucifer and boiling it. She later explained that she did it as part of a traditional African religious practice to preserve the cat’s remains, but many people found the video disturbing and criticized her for it. She said she was making earrings out of her late cat’s bones.
Azealia Banks adopted a dog named Salt in September 2016. She posted this update on Salt to Facebook in November 2016, “Remember that dog I bought from the homeless man in Vegas a few months ago? With the broken tail, fleas and worms?
Well I took him into the the witch cave, nursed him up, gave him a flea bath, dewormed him…
And I would like to present to you, in all of his glory,
The new and improved SALT !
He looks way happier than he did when I first got him. He’s at home with chicken pepper and tuxedo!”
May 31, 1991 (32)
Azealia Banks is an American rapper, singer, and songwriter from Harlem, New York. She first gained attention in 2011 with the release of her hit single “212,” which went viral and catapulted her to fame.
Throughout her career, Azealia Banks has worked with a variety of artists from different genres. She has collaborated with musicians like Pharrell Williams, Lady Gaga, Lil Kim, and Busta Rhymes. She has also made appearances on television shows, including “Rhythm + Flow” and “Wild ‘N Out.”
Azealia Banks is known for her bold and controversial statements, which have often landed her in hot water. She has been involved in public feuds with other celebrities, including Iggy Azalea, Nicki Minaj, and Lana Del Rey.
In addition to her music career, Azealia Banks is an animal lover and has been involved in various animal advocacy efforts. She has spoken out against animal cruelty and has used her platform to raise awareness about the importance of adopting pets from shelters.