Azealia Banks
Azealia Banks just shared what she intends to change about herself in 2017. Pictured: The “212” hitmaker performing during the opening ceremony of the 21st Life Ball in Vienna on May 25, 2013. Reuters/Leonhard Foeger

Azealia Banks wants to change some things about herself in the following year. The 25-year-old rapper-songwriter just took to social media to share with her fans her New Year’s resolution days before 2016 ends.

On Monday, the “212” hitmaker updated her Facebook page with posts about 2017. In one of them, she expressed how she does not want to be “petty” next year. In a follow-up, she explained why there isn’t actually a reason for her to be this way because she’s “talented, charming and smart” enough to do the things she wants.

Banks also vowed to not be “abusive” and make fun of people unless she does stand up comedy. The “Ice Princess” rapper finally said that she’s going to refine her sense of humor or save her type of comedic antics for later.

Many of Banks’ fans quickly gave their two cents regarding the rapper’s New Year’s resolution. One fan wrote: “Just do what you gotta do AB. If you wanna change your outlook you can try, if you don’t want to then just keep being you. Just make sure whatever you do is for you, not to appease people who don’t know the real you.”

Another fan discouraged Banks from changing herself and commented: “You should really keep in mind that your voice and platform are important to so many people who feel like they're not getting it from any other person who's trying to represent people. So it's probably better when you're not putting your opinions in a filter.”

Banks’ latest posts come after a whirlwind of controversies that struck the rapper due to her aggressive and opinionated statements on social media. Just recently, she slammed white feminists for defending Lena Dunham over the “Girls” creator’s abortion joke. The very vocal Trump supporter also slammed black people who praised Kanye West for his secret meeting with the president-elect.