Walsh wrote a scathing post titled Dear Azealia Banks, Please Feel Free To Leave America And Never Return and admitted to never knowing the Broke With Expensive Taste artist even existed before reading the article.

The conservative political blogger wrote a blog about the Harlem artist in response to Banks’s Playboy spread.

“I read about your interview with Playboy magazine where you apparently took off your clothes and talked about how much you hate white people,” Matt Walsh writes via TheBlaze. “Just another day at the office for you, I suppose. I confess I didn’t read the whole exchange, though I’m sure it was packed with penetrating insight and searing self-reflection.”

Walsh pointed to a section in the recent interview which he says is hateful.

“I hate everything about this country,” Banks says in the Playboy spread: “Azaelia Banks: Wild And Uncensored For Playboy” which was published last week (March 16). “Like, I hate fat white Americans…All the people who are crunched into the middle of America, the real fat and meat of America, are these racist conservative white people who live on their farms… Those little teenage girls who work at Kmart and have a racist grandma — that’s really America.”

Walsh accused the 23-year-old of being racist for saying “I hate fat white Americans” and also called the “212” rapper’s music “atrocious.”

You complain about racism, Ms. Banks, yet the fact remains that you can hurl invective at white people as much as you like and you’ll only be congratulated for it, Walsh wrote for The Blaze.

After receiving the NSFW photo, Walsh took to Twitter to respond.

I write a post to @AZEALIABANKS. She responds by tweeting me a photo of her vagina. Sexual harassment? Or is that just when guys do it?
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