Azealia Banks Net Worth
Accrding To Uswhispers Azealia Banks has a net worth of $2 million dollars. Azealia Banks is an American rapper, singer, and songwriter. She's released many singles, including "212," "Liquorice," and "Yung Rapunxel." She has received numerous accolades, including New Style Icon at the 2011 Billboard Awards and Best Single at the 2012 Urban Music Awards.
Banks is most known for his infamous Twitter feud with celebrity blogger Perez Hilton, in which Hilton sided with Banks' opponent, Angel Haze, in a feud between the two rappers. Elon Musk and his girlfriend Grimes have also publicly feuded with her.
Banks was born in the Manhattan borough of New York City on May 31, 1991. She was the youngest of three sisters, and her mother raised her after her father died of pancreatic cancer when she was two years old. Banks has recently come forward to say that her mother was severely abusive to her and her sisters, and that her home life was not a joyful one. Banks walked out of her mother's house at the age of 14 to live with one of her elder sisters.
Outside of home, Banks was interested in acting, singing, musical theater, and dancing. She was discovered by an agent who watched her star in a production of the musical "City of Angels." The agent then sent her auditions to a variety of networks but was ultimately unable to secure any work. She then decided to stop pursuing acting and started writing music and rapping. She never finished high school but instead began working on her debut recording, "Gimme a Chance," which she released online on November 9, 2008, in addition to the track "Seventeen."
Banks has been outspoken about her sexuality, stating that she opposes the classification of others based on their sexual orientation, despite the fact that she considers herself to be bisexual. Banks announced her engagement to Ryder Ripps, an artist, in February 2021, albeit the couple broke up the following month.
She has been an outspoken supporter of African-American civil rights issues. She has requested that the United States compensate African-Americans for their ancestors' enslavement. She has remarked that she believes such an initiative will help black Americans enhance their educational opportunities.
Following a miscarriage in 2016, Banks turned to her fans for assistance.