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Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Iggy Azalea Blasts Snoop Dogg After He Suggests She Looks Like A Man Without Make Up On


The war of words has most definitely erupted between Iggy Azalea and Snoop Dogg.

The ARIA nominated artist hit back at the US rapper on Monday on social media, after he posted a photo of a man and suggested it was the Fancy singer without make up on.

Iggy, 24, used Twitter to voice her displeasure at the comments, saying: 'Why would you post such a mean pic on insta when you send your body guards to ask me for pictures every time we are at shows.

She then added: 'I'm disappointed you'd be such an a** for no reason.'

TMZ reported the singer had made the post, but then deleted it from her account.


The social media stoush started when the veteran 42-year-old rapper Instagrammed a picture of a blonde, long haired male on Monday with the caption 'Iggy Azalea no makeup.'


It's not the first time he has taken pot shots at others in his sphere of work - he previously feuded with legendary rapper Eazy-E and at one point called out America's entire East Coast.

Many of Snoop's 3.5million-plus followers were also tickled by the derisive picture, as it scored thousands of likes and comments within hours.

It comes days after the Australian rapper was spotted sporting minimal makeup after she arrived at LAX airport last week.

Iggy looked a natural beauty, wrapping her enviable figure in a black thigh high slit maxi skirt and a dark greens sweater - but the Gin N' Juice rapper jested otherwise.

And while Snoop, who famously burst onto the hip hop scene over 20 years ago with a song dissing rapper Eazy-E, poked fun at Iggy, other American rappers have been harsher.

The rapper endured her share of controversy last month after fans perceived Nicki Minaj's BET Award acceptance speech as a dig at Iggy.

'What I want the world to know about Nicki Minaj is when you hear Nicki Minaj spit, Nicki Minaj wrote it,' she said - prompting many to assume that the Anaconda rapper was criticising her fellow female artist.

Nicki would later clarify her comments on social media and deny that any insult was meant by her comments, but another female rapper, MC Rah Digga, called Iggy out, saying her music 'is not real to me.'

But The New Classic in unperturbed, Tweeting 'Its definetly funny seeing people get so emotional over it all. What does it matter? Music is music and many enjoy mine, no need to feel upset.'

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