In the following videos she is seen to stir a pot of boiling water.
According to a recently published article in The Source, Banks captioned the video she posted, "Lucifer 2009-2020". One of her fans tweeted, "Waking up to Azealia Banks cooking her dead cat.wtf is wrong with her?" "My Dear Kitty", before going on to thank her cat and referring to it as a "legend" and an "icon". "Forever a serval serve".
The horrifying video shocked users on Instagram and the posts were immediately deleted from her stories feed after pushback from her followers.
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Banks has since removed the footage she posted on Instagram after revealing her pet, named Lucifer, had passed.
Fans were left horrified and concerned for the "212" singer, with many wondering whether this was an elaborate prank. Banks bought the house in March 2016 for $850,000, but she ended up listing the house one month later.
Meanwhile, it was found out also that Instagram has already deleted the graphic videos with the cat. Some of the images included a shot of her cat's skull, peacock feathers, and a bottle of champagne, New York Post reports. "In case you didn't know, brujeria is the Spanish word for witchcraft". "It's about to go down". She further commented on how certain races have a history of beings "seers, diviners, witches and wizards". Get ahead by being awesome, kind, and working hard.