Iggy Azalea was at here frank best when she delivered the “Clap Back” to T.I.
During the endorsement of Netflix’s Rhythm + Flow in Atlanta, Tip “T.I.” Harris spoke about the 29-year-old, saying he’s “still very much looking for another lady rapper who can reverse the blunder of Iggy Azalea,” The Root reported.
“That is the biggest stain on my legacy as far as [being] an [music] executive is the topic,” he continued. “To me, this is worse than Michael Jordan going to play baseball.”
The rapper of the ‘Fancy’ fame was quick to shoot back, even calling Tip, 39, a misogynist. In a tweet that now stands deleted, Azalea wrote, “to even think I was his greatest blunder lmaoooooooooooo Tip. Sweetie. We have an entire list for you.”
The Australian rapper has a terrible past with T.I. The “Live Your Life” MC roped Azalea onto his Grand Hustle label just weeks after her debut mixtape Ignorant Act came out in 2011.
In 2012, Azalea brought out a “Murda Bizness,” which consisted of T.I. and was headed to become the main single off of The New Classic.
In 2012, the “Kream” M.C. had only very pleasant things to things to say about Tip.
“At that moment, I felt like I was just going around in a big ocean. I got chosen and caught by a label [Interscope], and it was very impersonal,” she told Interview then.
“It felt like I was an output. When I saw him and everybody else over at [Grand Hustle], it felt like I was with genuine people again.
He really gave a lot about me as a friend, not just merely as a check. I want to know that when I commit mistakes, I have a label and a family who won’t get rid of me.”