According to Banks, Musk was distracted throughout the weekend after tweeting his plans to take the electric vehicle company private claiming that the funding was "secured".
"I saw him in the kitchen tucking his tail in between his legs scrounging for investors to cover his a- after that tweet", she said. Which is something that has been reported and questioned since Business Insider looked into the business earlier this year. Tesla did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
Azealia Banks lit up the internet after saying in her Instagram Stories that she was at Elon Musk's house for the weekend. I'm going to wait one more day then I am going to go home'. Banks alleges Grimes ignored her for days, the first point in a deeply absurd comedy of errors that Banks describes as "a real [life] episode of 'Get Out'".
Speaking to Business Insider, Banks confirmed that she arrived at Musk's Los Angeles home early on Friday, August 10 and left the night of Sunday, August 12. "Literally been sitting at Elon Musk's house alone for days waiting for Grimes to show up and start these sessions", Banks wrote on her Instagram story yesterday.
On social media, Banks went on to call Musk a "mutant" and a "caveman" with "pork skin". "But his dumba** kept tweeting and tucked his d*ck in between his a** cheeks once s**t hit the fan". Throughout the rant she referred to him as a "beta male" and said he took steroids and got hair plugs to make a more alpha transformation.More news: Manchester City star De Bruyne suffers knee injury
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"He's not cute at all in person".
Keeping track of Azealia Banks' feuds with celebrities is a full-time job, what with freakish claims about tussles with Russell Crowe, Kanye West and Rihanna (among others) that have led her to be banned by Twitter and other social media platforms. He also made a recent claim that he has "funding secured" to take Tesla private at $420 a share which makes it easier for shareholders to sue Tesla for fraud. Musk wrote funding for the move was "secured".
Banks' gripes unfolded via ephemeral Instagram that have since vanished into the ether; thankfully, several Twitterers have shared screenshots of Banks' comments. Musk's spokesperson said such claims were "utter nonsense".