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Azealia Banks is selling off her possessions

Rapper also recently quit social media

Azealia Banks is auctioning off her possessions.

The rapper has announced plans for an online garage sale through depop.com.

“One day I woke up and decided I wanted to change,” she wrote on her Facebook page. “I took a look around at my surroundings and realized that similar to my emotional tendencies, I was holding on to so many things that I had no use for.

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“Clothes I could no longer fit (in), pieces of unfinished business ideas, etc. with that said I want to welcome you all into my mind and onto my depop page… I have SOOOO MANY RANDOM THINGS/clothes from when I was a wannabe spice girl with a cup breasts!! So many things that a 25 year old woman should not be wearing. Come check out what may be in store for you!”

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Banks also recently revealed that she was quitting social media.

In a lengthy Facebook post, the rapper said she had decided to stop sharing her thoughts online because she doesn’t want her “legacy to die on the internet”.

She wrote: “I’m seriously tired of people’s feelings. I’m tired of seeing their overly sensitive reactions and responses to everything. I’m tired of having everything I say or do be monitored and I’m tired of being told how I should be behaving.

“I’m quitting Facebook, and any other form of social media that allows me to engage with people.

“My legacy can’t live and die on the Internet.

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“Goodbye.

“For good. (sic)”

The rapper courted controversy after aiming racial and homophobic slurs towards Zayn Malik. She later apologised but not before being dropped from a UK festival booking.
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