Russell Crowe Physically Tossed Azalea Banks Out Of His Hotel Party After She Allegedly Threatened To Stab The ‘Boring White Men’

Rapper Azalea Banks is a loose cannon. You may remember earlier this year when she called for Sarah Palin to be “gang raped by the burliest black men” and “headfucked by a big, veiny, ashy black dick” after a satirical news site falsely quoted Palin as saying that African-Americans accepted slavery willingly.

Well, the 25-year-old Harlem native has gone nuclear once again, this time at Russell Crowe’s Beverly Hills hotel suite on a bunch of “boring white men.”

Azalea was invited to the dinner party as the +1 of Wu-Tang’s RZA, who starred alongside Crowe in The Man With The Iron Fists.  According to TMZ, Banks allegedly laughed out loud at Crowe’s music choice and was called out by one of Crowe’s female friends for being out of line.

Well, Azalea didn’t take too well to that, allegedly going on a bizarre rant in front of Crowe and his 10 guests:

“You would love it if I broke my glass, stabbed you guys in the throat, and blood would squirt everywhere like some real Tarantino shit.”

Witnesses claim that Crowe remained calm during Azalea’s outburst, in which she dropped multiple n-bombs, but when she grabbed her glass and cocked it back, Russell bear hugged her and carried her out of the suite. He then called security to remove her from the premises.

Azalea had a different recollection of the events, taking to Facebook to tell a completely different story that the four witnesses that gave statements during the investigation, who described her behavior as “erratic.”

It also doesn’t help Banks’ case that her own date claimed it was her who used the n-word, not Russell.

Do less, Azalea. Do significantly less.

[h/t TMZ]

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