Azealia Banks puts on a risqué display in a tight corset after THAT 'confrontational' plane row 

Mail Online | 1/26/2019 | Lily Waddell;Eve Buckland;Rebecca Davison for MailOnline
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She branded Irish people 'inbred' and 'leprechauns' in a nasty Instagram rant.

Yet Azealia Banks, 27, looked carefree when she put on a sensational performance at KOKO, in London on Friday.

Viewing - Songstress - Figure - Corset - Shorts

For titillating viewing, the songstress showcased her terrific figure in a tight corset and little shorts which grazed the tops of her thighs.

Ribbed detailing on the corset highlighted Azealia's incredibly slender waistline.

Pendant - Hung - Neck - Busty - Assets

A golden pendant hung around her neck to frame her busty assets which she revealed in the décolletage of a low-cut bustier.

Heeled boots gave Azealia a commanding presence while she stormed the stage for her performance under the beaming spotlights.

Singer - Touch - Look - Gloves - Enhancements

The singer added the final touch to her look with half palm gloves and soft make-up enhancements as well as brushing her hair away from her face.

Azealia begged Conor McGregor to 'help her' after she unleashed another vile social media rant aimed at Irish people, days after she branded them 'f***ing ugly' on Instagram.

Rapper - Comments - Instagram - Account - Aircraft

The 27-year-old rapper made her initial comments on her Instagram account, after storming off an aircraft scheduled to fly from London's Gatwick Airport to Dublin, following a row with an Aer Lingus air stewardess.

A day later she then branded Irish people 'inbred', 'leprechauns' and asked if they 'had a famine to go die in' in a series of social media comments.

Sickening - Conor - McGregor - Rapper - Instagram

Before the sickening outburst Conor McGregor had watched the rapper's Instagram story and messaged her saying, 'hahaha. See you soon.'

Referencing the Great Famine of Ireland, from 1845-49, which saw one million Irish people die from starvation and disease, she wrote to one follower: 'Don't you have a famine to go die in?'

Follower - Comment - Lol

Responding to another follower in another offensive comment, she wrote: 'Because most of you can't talk or write lol.

'You lot are a bunch of prideful inbred leprechauns who have ZERO global influence and...
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