"Banksta” is another spelling of “bankster” (banker + gangster). “Banksta” has been popularly used in print since about 2007.
Plurals of “banksta” have been “bankstas” and “bankstaz.”
a cross between the words bankin’ and gangsta’, a name for a gangsta’ who is bankin’
Yo, check out Keelan, he’s a straight up banksta’.
by skyler bagby Nov 27, 2007
Mar 24, 2006
Yo wankstas, gankstas, prankstas, bankstas
That’s right you see I’m the best rapper there’ll eva be I’m MVP make all these otha rappers look silly.
Hang On For The Ride, Baby!
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One significant sign that all is not well can be found at the Banksta Gangsta HQ, the Federal Reserve Bank (not federal and no reserves, by the way).
2008-10-05: Damn It Feels Good To Be a Banksta
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From: Brent P
Date: Tue, 07 Oct 2008 15:17:27 -0500
Local: Tues, Oct 7 2008 2:17 pm
Subject: Re: signs of American decline
> Brent P wrote:
>> Governments are fond of work camps for us ordinary people.... might be a
>> suitible way for the banksters to pay off their debts.
> it’s bankstas, dumbass
Both are in common usage, moron. (notice I’ve used both)
OCLC WorldCat record
Author: Arun Gupta; Alternative Radio.
Publisher: Boulder, CO : Alternative Radio, 2009.
Series: Alternative radio.
Edition/Format: Audiobook on CD : CD audio : English
October 20, 2009 by goldguru
By Adam Brochert, GoldSeek
Why is the collective wisdom of millions of people and hundreds of societies less valuable than the decree of a few scheming bankstaz and their paid-for bureaucratic bozos?
by Doug Hill
December 1, 2009 6:03 pm
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09-16-2010, 01:42 PM
It’s just funny when one side gets the blame; this goes all the way from the greedy construction companies at the bottom to all the way to the top of Wall Street Bankstaz packing and selling subprime debt like candy and everyone from mortgage brokers to corrupt politicians in between.
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