Rapper Azealia Banks is leaving California for Miami — and she’s packing one very disturbing possession.
Banks, 29, admitted to digging up the remains of her three-months-passed cat Lucifer in a series of disturbing Instagram videos Tuesday morning, some of which she has since deleted.
“The cat went out with a f – – king bang . . . taking my b – – ch to Miami,” the “212” singer said on Instagram, in which she shows off a shrine-like display with her unearthed cat’s skull, peacock feathers and a mostly empty bottle of Chanel No. 5.
The ritual, which left many of her fans online confused and concerned, comes as Banks move from her four-bedroom, two-bathroom Los Angeles home at 21801 San Miguel Street.
It was revealed that the modest 2,348-square-foot house in Woodland Hills, California, sold in a non-judicial foreclosure for $845,000 to an unknown buyer in November, according to the “bankruptcy sale” listing posted on Realtor.com, which described the home as a “fixer upper.”
Built in 1964, the one-story house has hardwood floors, vaulted wood ceilings, a fireplace, a balcony, an open floor plan, french doors and plenty of windows. The kitchen has cherry wood cabinetry and granite countertops. Outside, the house has a basketball hoop, a two-car garage and is surrounded by palm trees.
Banks purchased the California home in March 2016 for $850,000 but didn’t appear to be happy with her purchase — she relisted the house only one month later, according to Realtor.com. She also reported repeated run-ins with neighbors and in February 2020, posted a harrowing video asking fans to come to her house after a neighbor allegedly threatened her with a gun.
Banks, who recently stirred drama between singer Grimes and her partner Elon Musk, blamed California for many of her mental health issues, which have concerned fans since she scared them by commenting “I think I will end my tenure here on earth soon” on Instagram in August.
“The Big Big Beat” singer has not disclosed the location of her new Miami home, and her reps did not respond to The Post’s request for comment.
“We got our ticket out of… California. Through all the… tears and suffering and… wildfires and… gender identity crisis… the girls is making it out,” she said on her Instagram. “I MADE IT OUT OF HELL. MIAMI, USA. LETS GOOOOOOOOOOO,” she captioned a video post.
Behnaz Tavakoli with Rodeo Realty represented both the buyer and the seller, according to Realtor.com. Tavakoli did not respond to a request for comment.