Snoop Dogg (Lion?) has been taking to Instagram this week to rip on Iggy Azalea’s looks, call her a bitch and a cunt, and try to feed into the rumors about a fight between Azalea and Nicki Minaj. Snoop’s been repeatedly comparing her looks to Marlon Wayans’ character in “White Chicks” and put up a video rant in which he said he was going to “check” her, whatever that empty BS amounts to. Azalea told him she was disappointed in him for being kind to her face in the past and an “asshole” on social media now.
Before you jump on Azalea’s bandwagon, remember that she called a paparazzo a cunt and told him she hopes he dies of Ebola just a few days ago. She’s said plenty of racist and otherwise ignorant shit on Twitter. She’s not exactly classy, nuanced, considerate, or enlightened, she’s just ducking out of this fight because it’s totally pointless. Keep reading »
I never thought I’d hear a bluegrass rendition of any Iggy Azalea song, let alone “Black Widow,” which is the total opposite of what I picture when I think of the genre. That said, I’m kind of loving this. [Tastefully Offensive]
Ready for your mid-week mindfuck? Check out this side-by-side of Iggy Azalea and young Diane Sawyer. Twinsies! Is Iggy Diane’s long lost daughter? Is Diane a time-traveling beauty queen rapper? Will Iggy grow up to be an internationally revered news anchor? Who knows, but let’s get one thing straight right now: Iggy wishes she had half Diane’s swagger. [via HeatherMostlyGretel]
Hip-hop is probably my favorite genre of music, but goddamn, sometimes the lyrics can go and ruin a perfectly great song. Such is the case with T.I.’s collaboration with Iggy Azalea, “No Mediocre,” which musically is cool and catchy and would be super fun to dance to — if not for the lyrics being painfully sexist from start to finish. The song is all about how T.I. doesn’t want to get with any women he deems “mediocre,” specifically women who don’t do their hair, have “bush” (“I should see nothing but pussy when I look down there”), wear tennis shoes instead of heels, and don’t have pretty faces and a “fat ass.” In other words, the song is about how mediocre and unworthy the vast majority of women in the world are, according to T.I. Keep reading »
Iggy Azalea made waves when she released her single, “Fancy,” along with a “Clueless”-themed music video, but for many of us, there was and always will be only one song named “Fancy,” and that’s the Reba McEntire country classic. Thanks to music mashup genius Chambaland, we never have to choose between the two again. Listen to the twangy, sassy, double dose of “Fancy” after the jump… Keep reading »