Twitters CEO, Jack Dorsey, apparently once sent Azealia Banks an envelope full of his beard shavings, to ward off evil spirits.
There is a lot to unpack in that sentence.
According to reports, the 42-year-old mailed out bits of his hair so the 212 rapper could make him a personalised amulet, to protect him against ISIS – which had apparently threatened him in 2016.
He also allegedly asked the 27-year-old to tweet about the money app he made, Square, and he would promote her mixtape, Slay-Z in exchange.
However, the CEO reportedly never ended up tweeting about the project, which means he probably didnt get that amulet.
We wonder what Azealia did with those clippings…
The claims popped up in a Vanity Fair article about Jack, which stated: Once, a source who worked with him told me Dorsey had sent a rapper his beard shavings to make him an amulet that would protect him from evildoers.
While they didnt go into any further detail, The Spin later found tweets the rapper posted about the bizarre exchange, later that year.
Jack Dorsey asked me to tweet about his cash app and in exchange he was supposed to tweet about my mixtape. He never did, she wrote before apparently deleting the tweet.
Azealia then claimed Jack sent me his hair in an envelope because I was supposed to make him an amulet for protection, before joking she would hex him.
Honestly, what is happening?
Azealia recently made headlines after appearing to ignite her feud with Iggy Azalea – over a cup of tea.
Yes, seriously. Soap and beard hair.
It all started when the Fancy rapper shared a snap of herself on Instagram, while promoting some weight-loss tea to her 12.7million followers.
However, her rival wasnt all that impressed by the #spon, posting a story on her own page, to mock the 28-year-old.
Screenshotting the ad, she told her 616k followers: Awww, Iggy is broke, I remember when I had to do flat tummy tea ads for a little weave money.
Those were rough times. And she had the nerve to make fun of my soap. Yikes.
Never hating on a girls hustle, but I predict she will be moving back in with her parents soon.
Azealia then offered to hire Iggy to promote her own soap business, which Iggs previously made fun of.
@Thenewclassic, I can throw you a bone and pay you to promote the Kangaroo Jane shampoo bar if you are interested, she added.
If I make 10,000 Kangaroo Jane anti-dandruff shampoo bars and sell each for $21 (£16). Thats $210,000 (£164k). You can have 40% gross of all revenue which is $84,000 (£65k) sis @Thenewclassic.
But you have to promote. 12 posts across all your social media platforms. Think about it.
Maybe she should have a go at selling those amulets…
Metro.co.uk has contacted reps for Jack and Azealia for a comment.
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