January 21, 2021

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Very Disturbing Video😨🤮😷 Azealia Banks ‘Digs up Dead Lucifer and Boil it’s remains to bring it back to Life’

Twitter is filled with shock after Azealia Banks dug up her cat and proceed to cook its remains.

The rapper left her followers shocked with the video she uploaded on Instagram, in which she and her friends apparently dug up her cat named Lucifer, who died three months ago.

In the disturbing footage which has now been deleted , showed hands clawed the soil where Lucifer was buried, with Azealia saying: ‘A lot of you guys don’t know Lucifer, the cat died three months ago, and we had to put him in the ground, and we’re digging him up for the very first time.’

As she started rap lyrics from her hit 212, the 29-year-old added: ’She’s coming back to life c***s.’

A bag was seen being pulled out of the ground, seemingly containing Lucifer, before the cat’s remains appeared to be added to a pot of liquid that Azealia was stirring.

The video’s caption read: ‘Lucifer 2009-2020. My Dear kitty. Thank you for everything. A legend. An icon. Forever a serval serve.’

Azealia then shared another post, which is too graphic to show, showing Lucifer’s skeleton, with the caption: ‘She’s ready.’ Both posts have since been deleted

On Azealia’s Instagram story, she was seen burning sage in an abalone shell, in a ritual known as smudging, which clears out negative energies from a space.

She said: ‘That cat went out with a f***ing bang. Taking my b**** to Miami.’

The footage caused uproar on social media, with many calling the posts ‘sick and disgusting’, while others expressed concern for Azealia.

Back in 2016, the hip-hop star made headlines when she shared a video of herself cleaning feathers and blood out of a cupboard after apparently sacrificing chickens in it for three years.

Claiming the mess was the result of ‘three years of brujeria’, the Spanish word for witchcraft, she said: ‘I’ve got my sandblaster, my goggles…it’s about to go down. Real witches do real things.’