The 25-year-old,who has a reputation for being volatileonsocial media, waxed dramatic on Facebook about waking up one day and deciding she needed to change, realizing that "similar tomy emotional tendencies, I was holding on to so many things that I have no use for."
Perusing the page, it looks like a randombunch of junk — she may be broke, but she certainly does not have expensive taste. It'sreasonably priced, for the most part,like $5 forturquoise MAC eye shadow and $2 for an Azealia Banks sticker. (Although, Slay,why would you price two paperback copies of Judy Blume's"Are You There, God, It's Me, Margaret?"for $21? Just because they're "vintage"?)
If for some reason,you're interested, you can go shopping for Banks' second-hand sundrieshere.