The troubled rapper wants to build a bridge.

By Hayden Wright

The music industry has rarely seen a more intrepid bridge-burner than Azealia Banks, who’s run afoul of peers, the public, Twitter and security guards. Fortunately for Banks, the rap game is a game of second (and sometimes third, fourth, and fifth) chances: She’s reportedly signed a new deal with Wu-Tang Clan’s RZA.

Related: RZA Endorses Hillary Clinton for President

“I’m FINALLY getting a record deal :),” Banks announced in a Facebook post. “I’m signing with RZA.”

The rapper added that she feels hopeful about the future and can’t wait to dive into the new partnership.

“He and I have an excellent work chemistry. Filming coco with him was loads of fun!! Now I get to make music with him!!! Business and Pleasure is imminent.”

Banks also took back her controversial Donald Trump endorsement, perhaps to get in formation with the Hillary-supporting RZA.

“I deeply regret mixing music and politics as I am now finding it nearly impossible to keep up with the election and the media frenzy,” she wrote. “i made a major mistake endorsing toupey-toupee. Womens rights are important and we must protect them.”


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