Bristol Palin Defends Mom Sarah Palin Amid Azealia Banks Feud


Bristol Palin Defends Mom Sarah Palin Amid Azealia Banks Feud


The mother of two wrote a lengthy letter to defend the former Alaskan governor after the 24-year-old rapper blasted her with a series of rude tweets.
Bristol Palin breaks her silence on her mom Sarah Palin and Azealia Banks' feud. After the 24-year-old rapper sent a series of salacious tweets to the former governor of Alaska, Bristol took to her Patheos blog to defend her mom.

The 25-year-old American speaker wrote a post titled "Azealia, which of your songs will teach me your values?," slamming the "212" rapper for saying such rude and offensive things about her mother. "I want to start off this post by saying I would never wish any of these threats on Azealia's mother (or anyone's mother for that matter)," Bristol wrote.

"She said the best thing to happen to my mom is if she was gang raped by a group of black men. It is unfortunate people in my generation think they can do, and say, whatever they wish without any sort of consequence," she said of Azealia.

On Tuesday, April 5, Sarah threatened to sue Azealia over her nasty tweets, and in her post Bristol reassured that the rapper would get consequences for her intolerable behavior. "There are consequences for every action you make Miss Bank$, and there will be consequences for your unimaginable threats," she stressed.

After news broke that Sarah wanted to sue her, Azealia wrote a lengthy letter, which she later deleted, to apologize to the 52-year-old politician. However, in her letter, Azealia took the time to slam Bristol, saying that she wouldn't have had so many kids if she had listened to the rapper's music.

The mother of two then fired back at the "Liquorice" rapper, writing, "I am not going to waste another minute of my day addressing you, but I will finish my post by addressing what you said in regards to my children... So, I looked up your lyrics. Which song should I have been listening too? 'Hood B***h', 'P-*-*-*-Y', 'Queen of Clubs', 'Grand Scam' or 'Big Talk'? Just let me know."


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