Azealia Banks’ latest venture is soap for your butt—and people are loving it

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Last week, Azealia Banks announced her latest project. No, it didn’t have anything to do Elon Musk. It has to do with bottoms.

Banks signal-boosted the new product on Instagram, advertising soaps for men (Bussy Boy) and women (Pussy Pop) through her skincare line CheapyXO, and asking volunteers to send before-and-after photos of their buttholes so she could document their progress. The product promises to “lighten and tighten,” and Banks said on Instagram that for the trial, “your butthole gotta be chopped, OK? I don’t wanna see no nice buttholes.” On her merch site, the ingredients are listed as “Witch Hazel, Coconut Oil, Lactic Acid, Vitamin C, Tea Tree Oil.”

azealia banks soap CHEAPYXO/Twitter

While some people tweeted about buying the Pussy Pop soap (which is for the vagina), the Bussy Boy soap is the obvious favorite so far, especially within the gay community.

https://twitter.com/deaddilf69/status/1041677172388364288

https://twitter.com/chr1stofe/status/1042630273186189313

There haven’t been that many before-and-after photos posted yet, but there are related photos on her timeline if you dare to scroll. The bussy soap is just one product in a long line of Banks merch: Once upon a time she was selling vintage Judy Blume books and dick candles.

Banks posted a photo on Wednesday showing off her “soap money.”

https://www.instagram.com/p/Bn6lqm2BZLS/?utm_source=ig_embed

Audra Schroeder

Audra Schroeder

Audra Schroeder is the Daily Dot’s senior entertainment writer, and she focuses on streaming, comedy, and music. Her work has previously appeared in the Austin Chronicle, the Dallas Observer, NPR, ESPN, Bitch, and the Village Voice. She is based in Austin, Texas.