Who is Azealia Banks?
Azealia Banks is a rapper and singer known for her perceived angry-fierceness. She makes hip hop, hip house and pop rap music. Azealia's personality is a reflectance of her upbringing in New York. Her anger stems from her angry and somewhat evil (like Witchcraft and Voodooism) mother. She is an incredible artist in many ways because of her unique views of LGBT people given that her brother had a female-to-male transition. Furthermore, her mother kicked her sister (at the time) out for coming out as lesbian. All of this drama and stirred-pot brings to fruition the amazing artist Azealia Banks. Check out the Azealia Banks house below.
Azealia Banks Age: 30 years old (born May 31, 1991)
Azealia Banks Height: 5' 6"
Where is Azealia Banks from? Harlem, New York
How much is Azealia Banks worth?
Azealia Banks Net Worth: $3 Million
Where Does Azealia Banks Live?
The house has four bedrooms and two bathrooms over 2,000 square feet of space. She used to live in Woodland Hills California in a 2 floor suburban house with a nice backyard area until she lost it in a foreclosure. The home sold in 2018 for just $845,000. The home is now worth at least twice of that. Azealia Banks posted some disturbing content regarding her cats on social media that brought a lot of attention to this home where the cat lived. Furthermore, she had a public fight with Grimes and supposedly camped out of their compound in Los Angeles for some time. She has left California (even though I saw her performing here) for Miami. She complains about all of the dog poo and pee outside of her condo.
Square Feet: 2,348 sqft
Price: Sold for $845,000 in the foreclosure and is now worth $1.2 Million
Azealia Banks Address: San Miguel St, Woodland Hills, CA 91364
Photos: Azealia Banks House
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