Azealia Banks is tired of all the haters who quickly judge her for being opinionated. The “212” hitmaker once again called out her bashers, especially those from the Black community, who slammed her for being a vocal supporter of President-elect Donald Trump.

On Thursday, Banks took to Facebook to point out the hypocrisy of the Black community for going at her when she was endorsing Trump prior to the 2016 U.S. presidential election. According to the former Universal Music recording artist, these people bashed her when she expressed her support for Trump, but they are now praising Kanye West following the latter’s secret meeting with the president-elect.

In a follow-up post, she blatantly exposed the formula of how her bashers treat her for being outspoken. She then noted how the same people just laude other artists who do the same things she does. It can be noted that Banks received a lot of hate when she became vocal about supporting Trump and not Hillary Clinton. She was also slammed by many anti-Trump supporters when she threw some shade at the celebrities who endorsed Clinton.

Since posting her new sentiments on social media, many of her loyal supporters have shown their sympathy for her. Some also gave her friendly advice on what she should do. One fan wrote: “Not enthusiastic about Trump, but I applaud you for going against identity politics and not buying into the mainstream media. people need to look at things objectively … and not what the media says.” Another commented: “Don’t listen to their talk. Don’t internalize it all. Your talent is out of this universe. Can’t be nice and polite in a rotten world.”

Banks' new posts come days after she finally apologized to the U.K. rap industry and asked if she could go back to the European country and start her career there all over again. She also revealed how she regretted choosing to return to the U.S. after dropping her “212” single in the U.K. She admitted that the American hip-hop industry did not treat her well and that she’s mostly misunderstood in her own country.