Jack Dorsey Asked Azealia Banks To Make An Amulet From His Beard Hair To Ward Off ISIS

Well, Azealia Banks is feuding with yet another celebrity. I mean, how else is she going to stay relevant? Make music? Psh! Who needs to be a musician when you can fight with Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey?

Except that Azealia Banks might have a legitimate complaint this time around. A truly creepy and bizarre claim, but valid just the same. You see, Azealia says that Jack Dorsey stiffed her after the two of them struck a deal.

Let’s go back to 2016, shall we? At this time, Jack Dorsey, along with Mark Zuckerburg were being threatened by ISIS. So, to secure his safety, Jack Dorsey decided that he needed an amulet to protect him from harm. And who did Dorsey contract to make this talisman for him? Why, none other than Twitter’s Honorary Lose Cannon, Azealia Banks.

According to Banks, Dorsey asked her to promote his new cash app and make the amulet for him, and in return, he would promote her mixtape. Well, Azealia Banks did agree to make the requested talisman. And Jack Dorsey sent her his beard trimmings to use for the charm. Because that was apparently a requirement to make this sorcery s**t work. But Azealia said in a past tweet that while she kept up her part of the deal, there was no dice on Dorsey’s end.

“Jack Dorsey asked me to tweet about his cash app and in exchange he was supposed to tweet about my mixtape. he never did.”

“[H]e also sent me his hair in an envelope because i was supposed to make him an amulet for protection.“i have 3 Strands of a billionaire’s hair. i should steal his luck.”

Most people would dismiss this as another one of Azealia Banks’ moronic social media ramblings, but this time, it seems that this fight has some meat to it. Vanity Fair’s Nick Bilton seems to have an inside source that confirmed Azealia’s Twitter claim was indeed accurate. Here’s what Bilton had to say:

“Once, a source who worked with him told me Dorsey had sent a rapper his beard shavings to make him an amulet that would protect him from evildoers.”

The real mystery here is why Jack Dorsey thought Azealia Banks was a reliable and well-equipped to make him a magic charm to stave off an ISIS attack. Personally, I had no idea that amulet making and protective spell casting were among Banks’ areas of expertise. I’m sure those are some substantial skills to add to the old LinkedIn profile.

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