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VIDEO: Azealia Banks sparks fan concern after digging up dead cat, boiling it

 In the disturbing video, which has since been deleted, Azealia was seen digging up the body of her pet.

Azealia Banks has sparked concern among fans after sharing a distressing video to social media, in which she dug up her dead cat. The controversial rapper took to Instagram on Monday to share the disturbing footage in which she and a friend dug up the animal, named Lucifer. In the video, which has since been deleted, Azealia could be heard saying: “The cat is in the bag,” after the pet was taken from the soil.

The 29-year-old musician shared the video with her 683,000 followers, captioned: “Lucifer 2009 - 2020. My Dear kitty. Thank you for everything. A legend. An icon. Forever a serval serve."

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Fans were later left in disbelief as the singer appeared to boil the corpse in a large pot over a stove. Shockingly, Azealia documented the events on her Instagram Stories from start to finish leading many to question whether it was a huge prank.  All of the videos were swiftly taken down, but not before disturbed followers flocked to twitter to share their thoughts.

Fans were worried for the rapper.

“Gosh, the poor girl is obviously dealing with a lot. Stop the hate guys” a fan shared.

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Meanwhile, another concerned spectator replied: "I agree, she's obviously not doing well."

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