Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey Sent His Beard Hair to a Rapper Who Does Witchcraft to Protect Him From ISIS

We have cracked the case.

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey keeps banning conservatives who want to protect people from ISIS with things like border security, stronger vetting and discussions about Islam because he apparently has a better solution: actual witchcraft.

According to reports, Dorsey once sent his actual beard clippings to rapper (and witch) Azealia Banks so that she could use it to make an amulet to protect him from ISIS.

Music magazine NME reports, “the bizarre claim was first mentioned by Banks on Twitter in 2016, when she claimed that Dorsey ‘sent me his hair in an envelope because i was supposed to make him an amulet for protection.’”

“Jack Dorsey asked me to tweet about his cash app and in exchange he was supposed to tweet about my mixtape. he never did,” Banks tweeted. “he also sent me his hair in an envelope because i was supposed to make him an amulet for protection.”

Banks’ tweets continued on to say, “i’m bout to hex this n-gga,” and “i have 3 Strands of a billionaire’s hair. i should steal his luck.”

In a new profile from Vanity Fair, a source who worked with the censorship enthusiast said that Dorsey once told him that he “had sent a rapper his beard shavings to make him an amulet that would protect him from evildoers.”

Though the article didn’t mention that it was Banks, SPIN Magazine reported that “at the time, Banks said Dorsey promised to promote her mixtape Slay-Z in exchange for her promoting his cash transfer app Square and her crafting him a magical object that might protect him from ISIS, which had threatened Dorsey in a video earlier that year.”

Banks has since been banned from Twitter.


Prior to her ban, the self-proclaimed witch shocked the internet by tweeting a video of the bloody room that she uses to sacrifice chickens for Brujeria rituals.

Unfortunately for Dorsey, SPIN also noted that he never tweeted about her project and therefore it is unlikely he received the amulet. He may just have to settle for a border wall after all.

Maybe he should also consider chilling out on banning other people who want to be safe from ISIS, but don’t have friends who practice witchcraft to protect him with beard hairs.

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