At this point, we don’t know which is more exhausting — the fact that
everyone seems to find an issue with Iggy Azalea or the fact that Iggy
herself responds to every ounce of public criticism she receives.
This time, Iggy’s responding to comments made by Eve and Jill Scott during their stop by Sirius/XM’s Shade 45.
Both ladies took issue with Iggy’s ‘blaccent’. Eve first shared her thoughts, saying:
upset about certain things. Yeah, she’s white. But they grew up with
our shit. Hip hop is everywhere. Every neighborhood, every country,
every city. It didn’t just hit. Yes, it’s from us and it’s our thing.
She’s representing a group of girls right now as well. I think people
right now are too quick to give too many accolades to new people.
That’s the one thing I just can’t stand. Let her do her thing…it’s not
my cup f tea but she’s representing for somebody.”
little challenging for me because I come from the era that she pulls
from. To me, it’s like a mixture between Da Brat and Eve the way that
it sounds. So that’s a little challenging to me. But I’m a mixture of
[1940’s jazz singer] Sarah Vaughan and five other things. So somebody
else that comes from that era, they looking at me like….she aiight. So
that’s the only thing that stops me….because I know where that comes
And Eve wrapped it up:
lot of people gonna get mad at that, say what you want, but f*** it. I’m
saying it in a sense that…she’s from a different place. I’ve said this
before, It would be dope to hear her with HER swag, what are you, who
are you and what is that? That’s the only reason I say that.
[Australians] are so dope. That’s my only thing.”
good to look at, I think she’s a pretty girl, she has a dope body. All
of that is fine. I just wish there was a little bit more of where she
Since the interview has been making rounds, Iggy took to Twitter (of course) to share her point of view.
[via The YBF]