Good thing magazines can't really rely on newsstand sales to make money anyway.
Not unlike some of her song lyrics, Azealia Banks's forthcoming cover for Brit fashion magazine Dazed & Confused is going to be pretty risqué. So risqué in fact that seven countries have apparently decided not to display or sell it. We don't believe the United States to be one of them; though we wouldn't be surprised if someone found it offensive enough to slap a piece of cardboard over it.
The cover reportedly sees Banks holding a blown up bright pink condom with the headline 'Azealia Banks Blows Up'. We thought it might look something like the above screen shot from her "Liquorice" video.
The folks over at Dazed & Confused seem more proud than concerned, in a way, tweeting: "Just been told our upcoming @AZEALIABANKS cover has been banned from 7 countries so far. Thank God for the Internet, huh?"
Indeed. The issue is set to hit some newsstands (and the internet, we're assuming) August 16.