Azealia Banks performs at the Coachella Music Festival in Indio, Calif., on April 10, 2015.

Professional Twitter troll Azealia Banks has finally been stopped—at least for now.

But seriously, the rapper-singer, who is most famous for her bizarre Twitter rants and attacks, can no longer be found on the social media platform because her account has been suspended. 

The suspension comes a day after after Banks hurled racist and homophobic insults at former One Direction member Zayn Malik in response to two tweets he posted that she assumed were about her. Banks called Malik a "curry-scented bitch," among other choice slurs.

When 14-year-old Disney star Skai Jackson tweeted during the rant that Banks should "simmer down," Banks turned her attention to the teen, insulting Skai's appearance and mother.


"And you need to grow some hips and start ur menses. stay in a child's place," Banks tweeted to Skai. "lol ur mom's been pimping you out to disney since you were a lil girl. lets see what you end up like at 21. bye !"

Skai, however, held her own against Banks, essentially completely slaughtering her with successive clapbacks that collected some edges. 


"When a no hip having 14 year old has more class than you. Worry about your career. Get one," Skai responded.

She wasn't done: "You got dissed by a one directioner how miserable can your life be?? Now have several seats Azealia Stanks!"


On Wednesday, organizers of Rinse FM's Born & Bred Festival in London decided to cut Banks as a headline performer. 

"Rinse Born & Bred is a celebration of rave culture and has been created for everyone. We celebrate inclusivity and equality," the organizers said. 


On Thursday morning, Twitter appeared to have gotten the memo about Banks' inability to chill and suspended her account. 

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Breanna Edwards is a newswriter at The Root. Follow her on Twitter.