The finale's almost here!
After a hard fought battle, it was revealed that
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Is this really the right call?!
Azealia Banks went WAY over the line in her recent feud with former Alaska governor Sarah Palin!
But now Twitter says that the feud — which was comprised of very sexually violent tweets on Banks' part — does not violate their terms of service!
With that, more pointedly, the social network is adamant that Banks will NOT be suspended or banned after her outburst.
In response to a complaint made formally about Banks' highly offensive rant, Twitter said:
Bristol Palin isn't keeping quiet any longer!
As we all know, her momma, Sarah Palin, got caught up in a nasty feud with Azealia Banks on Tuesday, in which the rapper threw sexually graphic blows at the former governor, while the politician threatened to sue.
And on Wednesday, the Republican's daughter, Bristol, came to her defense.
The momma-of-two penned a post on her Patheos blog titled, Azealia, which of your songs will teach me your values?, slamming the star for saying such salacious things about her parent.
"I want to start off this post by saying I would never wish any of these threats on Azealia's mother (or anyone's mother for that matter). She said the best thing to happen to my mom is if she was gang raped by a group of black men. It is unfortunate people in my generation think they can do, and say, whatever they wish without any sort of consequence. There are consequences for every action you make Miss Bank$, and there will be consequences for your unimaginable threats."
But that's not all!
In an open letter the 212 performer addressed to Sarah on Tuesday, the scandalized star also took the time to bash her daughter as well, saying that Bristol wouldn't have had so many kids if she had listened to the 24-year-old's music.
And now, the brunette beauty wants the artist to know that she's not taking ANY of her sh*t, adding:
The drama just keeps getting more intense in this strange feud.
On Tuesday, Azealia Banks and Sarah Palin got in an all-out social media war after the rapper made some pretty salacious, derogatory remarks about the politician, who she mistakenly believed had said that black people "willingly" accepted slavery.
However, the scandalized star wasn't phased by the Republican's response, because she continued to shade her online.
But now, it seems as though the politician is taking the battle from the computer to the courtroom. She told People she's planning on suing the celeb in a statement, saying:
This is just… ugly.
Azealia Banks and Sarah Palin are locked in a tacky, bizarre celeb feud right now that started with a misunderstanding, continued with some horribly disgusting sexual comments, and now… it's Internet lore forever.
After reading a satirical article about the former Alaska Governor that claimed she asserted black people accepted slavery "willingly," Banks mistakenly took that piece as truth and went OFF on Twitter about Palin.
The result — which has now been deleted from her feed — saw Banks engage in a series of extremely sexually violent tweets.
We have the screenshots (below), but be warned — they are NSFW and very, very graphic:
Todd Palin is one lucky guy!
In the emotional Thursday afternoon post, Sarah expressed how grateful she is for all the love and support following the incident. Her words of gratitude echoed her husband of thirty five years who graciously added that he intends to "pay it forward" once he's all better.
All sentimental stuff aside, Todd made light of the situation when he admitted to binge watching Deadliest Catch (why aren't we surprised?) and Bering Sea Gold from his comfy couch in Alaska – we guess bad TV is always a good cure!
Check out the recovery update and personal messages from the couple (below)!!!
We can see the Saturday Night Live sketches already!
And though her stint in politics may be coming to an end, the former Alaska Governor is heading into another position of great power — as a new TV courtroom judge!
That's right! The once vice presidential candidate has signed on for a new reality court show that would be premiering next year.
According to People, Palin signed a deal with Montana-based production company Warm Springs last month!
An inside source said: