Rapper caught on camera yelling homophobic slur at flight attendant

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Azealia Banks Curses and Screams at Delta Flight Attendant

Azealia Banks was just caught on camera screaming a homophobic slur at a flight attendant.

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The rapper, who's best known for her song "212," has repeatedly dismissed allegations that she is anti-gay. In the past, Banks refuted claims that she is homophobic, on the premise that she herself is bisexual.

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As TMZ reports, police were called, but Banks did not face charges. However, Banks claims she was not at fault over the incident, and refuses to apologize.

In the clip, you can hear her scream, "Give me my bag! Give my my f**king bag!" When another member of the flight crew attempts to mediate the escalating situation, she yells, "Get me my bag, you f**king f****t!"

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