(Srsly, what was with that sniffling??)
Iggy Azalea may have good hair, but don't EVER call her "Becky"!
The Aussie rapper has had a contentious relationship with the hip-hop community over the past few years, but now it looks like she's taking a stand on hip-hop slang that she finds offensive — and she has Beyoncé in her crosshairs!
On Monday, the Work songstress blasted a much-discussed lyric from Bey's new track Sorry, noting the name Becky is a "racist" term used to describe a generic white girl.
"He only want me when I'm not there / He better call Becky with the good hair."
Learning from experience, Iggy was prepared for the hoard of Twitics who fondly remembered even she used the term Becky in her 2012 song I Think She Ready:
And that was just the first of MANY clap backs!
Do YOU think the term "Becky" is racist? Read the rest of Iggy's tweets (below)!
[Image via Instagram.]