Michael Skupin is ready to talk.
The ex-contestant said in a statement:
The 54-year-old explained that he's turning to religion following his arrest, adding:
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This is SO powerful.
That's because while the Seattle-based musician opened things up with an extremely poignant verse, he actually left the stage to give the spotlight to some very deserving guest performers.
And we're glad he did because Jamila completely shut everything down with a haunting refrain.
Seriously, ch-ch-check out the performance right now (below)!!!
Despite Azalea's feelings of frustration, the Thrift Shop rapper says he didn't mean to diss either artist!
He opened up to Rolling Stone regarding the track, explaining:
Can't we all just get along?!
Surprising no one, the Fancy rapper shot back by calling out the Thrift Shop artist for his fake ways.
In a weird twist, the feud launched into ANOTHER feud involving rapper Talib Kweli.
It all started with Kweli posted a response on Twitter that explained how Miz Azalea has disrespected rap culture.
It looks like this friendship is over!
The 8-minute song with Ryan Lewis contains a verse that calls out white artists with a history of ripping off black culture — and the Fancy hitmaker was one of them!
Azalea was called "fake and so plastic" in a series of lines that also dissed Miley Cyrus.
Macklemore raps on the track:
Macklemore isn't afraid to address the serious issues — and throw some shade!
The rapper — along with partner Ryan Lewis — has released a new track called White Privilege II, which discusses racism, cultural appropriation, and the Black Lives Matter movement, raising the question:
"Take all we want from black culture, but will we show up for black lives?"
In the eight-minute track, which serves as a sequel to White Privilege from his 2005 album The Language of My World, Mack also names white artists who have been called out for ripping off black culture — specifically Miley Cyrus and Iggy Azalea!