That, Perezcious readers, is how we ended up in possession of this penis pic (above)!
[Image via Usher/Snapchat.]
While talking about wanting to "erase" her disappointing 2015, Azalea cited the feud with Azealia as the event that kicked off the awfulness, saying:
"I think the Azealia Banks thing is what really started it all. We don't like each other on a personal level, and that has gone on for many years—before the Black Lives Matter incident happened."
That was apparently too much for Miz Banks!
The 212 rapper responded to the article with a series of NSFW tweets, writing:
After a year of hiding and disappointments, Iggy Azalea has A LOT to say.
In the April issue of Elle Canada, Iggy opened up about her major beefs with Azealia Banks and Papa Johns (yes, that happened), and why she's DONE with 2015. The beauty also took a minute to address her much talked about nose job and why she thinks it's totally no big.
Luckily for Iggs, all these revelations about her terrible past year has led to the creation of her sophomore album, Digital Distortion. With a canceled tour and social media breakdown behind her, the blonde is ready to MOVE ON.
Speaking on what she'd like to do to 2015, Iggy mused:
"If I could, I would Men in Black memory-erase 2015, I totally would—that would be amazing! Oh, God, there are so many things."
Ha, "so many things", might be an understatement, girl!
Elaborating on the sh*t storm of drama, the blonde confessed:
Another day, another Azealia Banks feud.
While the clip received rave reviews from the Navy, there was one person who wasn't feeling it…
She posted — and then deleted — the following message on Twitter
We probably should have expected something like this.
Her reasoning for backing the real estate mogul is… well, let's say it's inneresting.
Ch-ch-check out her tweets (below) and see what we mean:
Good news… for Azealia Banks that is!
On Monday, it was revealed that the 212 rapper would NOT be prosecuted for her October beat down on a bouncer. Wait, really?
As we previously reported, the controversial celeb was asked to leave by a security guard at the El Lay hotspot Break Room 86. The 24-year-old apparently didn't take the request very well as she went totally postal on the guy. Yikes!
Despite the incident, a city attorney has since decided to pass on pursuing the altercation since there was
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!
We're shaking in ANTI-cipation!
The forthcoming album has been pushed back a few times, but now it looks like RiRi's Navy might have to wait until next month for ANTI to drop!
According to a leaked "unofficial" tracklist obtained by Urban Islandz, the album will be released on February 12!