You’ll never beat the Irish… Ole, Ole, Ole… etc
We really are the best in the world, but American rapper doesn’t think so.
As we reported, Banks arrived in Dublin and said she was treated like a “wild animal” for Aer Lingus crew before claiming that Irish women are “f**king ugly”.
She then took to social media where she called Irish people a bunch of inbred leprechauns.
In a string of Instagram posts, Banks said that she was happy knowing that all Irish people are being kept on an Isle and continue to inbreed and keep their defective genes away from the rest of humanity.
She also told one person that who was questioning comments did they ‘not have a famine to go die in.’
But it appears she may have bitten off more than she could chew.
Barrister Tomas McGarvey tweeted the following which shows that the rapper could be arrested and even prosecuted for her disgraceful remarks
Hi #azeliabanks in light of your recent comments on #instagram about Irish women & Irish people generally, perhaps I can introduce you to the #CommunicationsAct2003 (s127) before you land in England. If you keep up the insults, you may end up with first hand experience.’
He included a screenshot of section 127 of the Communications Act 2003, which listed a series of measures which Banks’s tweets and recent outbursts could have broken.”
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Section 127 covers offensive and threatening messages sent over a ‘public’ electronic communications network. Since 2010 it has increasingly been used to arrest and prosecute individuals for messages posted to sites such as Twitter and Facebook.