This is going to be hard for Azealia Banks to defend.
On Thursday, RZA took to TMZ to speak out against Banks' claims against Russell Crowe following their altercation at a New York City hotel earlier this week. The mogul's vigorous defense of Crowe comes on the heels of Azealia filing battery charges.
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Per RZA's account, the artist was completely "zoned out" the entire evening after consuming excessive amounts of alcohol. The 47-year-old went on to describe A.B.'s erratic, scary, and unprovoked behavior which ultimately forced Russell to kick her out of the party.
It's also important to note that the father vehemently denies Crowe physically attacking Azealia or calling her the N-word. The only thing RZA cops to is that Russell did in fact spit on Banks as he escorted her out of the hotel room.
Not only is the businessman "embarrassed" by the entire incident, but he also decided take back a record deal he had previously offered the 25-year-old. While RZA isn't completely done with the artist, he's definitely taking a step back.
You can listen to producer's full account (below):
Azealia Banks is continuing her press tour following her alleged altercation with Russell Crowe over the weekend.
As we've reported, the 25-year-old is claiming the Oscar-winning actor "called me a n****r, choked me, threw me out, and spat at me" during an intimate Beverly Hills Hotel dinner party.
For the record, every witness has discredited the rapper's telling of events that caused her to be kicked out of the hotel.
Apparently, Miz Banks believes the original TMZ report on the incident was leaked by Crowe himself — which definitely can't be proven on the record.
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Lifetime sure is killing it lately!
Sorry, poor choice of words… but our point remains: The network known for female-driven films is about to enter the realm of true crime with their take on the death of JonBenét Ramsey.
Fans of unsolved murder mysteries probably tuned in earlier this fall when CBS and ID each debuted their own docuseries centered on the slain 6-year-old — but Lifetime's version looks MUCH more intense!
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In fact, we'd say Who Killed JonBenét has the makings of a straight-up thriller!!!
While it does give off some of the "unauthorized" vibes we've felt from their stories on Saved by the Bell, Full House, and even Britney… it's way more serious.
Mostly because Michael Gill and Julia Campbell managed to majorly creep us out as John and Patsy Ramsey in such a short amount of time!
Ch-ch-check out a sneak peek of Who Killed JonBenét? before its premiere Saturday, November 5 at 8 p.m. EST on Lifetime (below)!!