Is Azealia Banks going to be homeless?
The American rapper may be homeless this winter after being evicted from her Miami property, according to AllHipHop.
Internet investigators discovered that she attempted to avoid the delivery of the court-ordered eviction notice by evading a process server. Despite her dislike for outsiders in her business, the “Big Big Beat” hitmaker was never shy about discussing other people’s problems.
According to other online sources, a process server arrived at Azealia’s Miami home looking for her. Despite this, it was met by an unidentified woman who refused to reveal her identity or any information about the artist.
According to the outlet, process servers will go to any length to make people aware that legal problems are already catching up with them. The process server then started searching through the garbage in front of the house.
A USPS box labeled with her name was discovered by the process server.
Meanwhile, the unidentified woman attempted to defuse the legal situation by spraying the process server with a fire extinguisher in the face.
Another woman emerged from the house, laughing at what was going on.
Unfortunately, no one laughed when the process server told the cops that the second lady’s name was Azealia.
However, according to the records, Azealia Banks does not own the Miami home, which is why the true owner was suing her. At this time, it’s unclear whether the “Anna Wintour” rapper is being sued for unpaid rent or unlawful habitation.
Azealia moved to Miami from Los Angeles earlier this year after posting disturbing Instagram photos of herself digging up and boiling her deceased cat Lucifer “as part of Taxidermy.”
Pop Crave previously revealed in a photo that the “212” hitmaker had purchased her dream home in Miami following the big move. While she hasn’t confirmed or denied purchasing the property, fans believe she did – but it was later revealed that she didn’t.
According to Celebrity Net Worth, Azealia Banks, a Manhattan-born rapper, has a claimed net worth of $3 million.
In the United States, she is a well-known rapper, and her popularity stems not only from her hit songs but also from her social media posts.
The majority of Azealia’s earnings come from royalties, performances, sold albums, social media posts, and brand collaborations.