Regardless that Iggy Azaela has carved out a reasonably profitable independent career after leaving Interscope, it’s honest to say that she’s obtained much less consideration now than at her peak. But by some means, that also hasn’t stopped haters on-line from discovering adverse issues to critique about her music, character, and performances, even along with her decreased visibility. The newest instance got here after Iggy carried out at Lengthy Seashore Satisfaction earlier this month when a fan posted a video of Iggy twerking throughout her set to Twitter.
It didn’t take lengthy for the boo birds to seek out the video and determine what the world wanted was their imply feedback about her physique. Quote-tweeting the unique tweeter, who wrote, “iggy actually be tossin that huge mf,” Iggy shot again, “It’s factor I genuinely really feel glad about myself & my physique trigger y’all keep in each remark part speaking essentially the most shit about me & it’s very imply spirited & ugly.” She additionally received in a single final shot at her detractors: “Ps. your man 100% needs to f*ck me.” In a later tweet, she clarified that she was addressing the replies of the unique tweet, the place the negativity began, not the complimentary “tossin” caption.
It’s factor I genuinely really feel glad about myself & my physique trigger y’all keep in each remark part speaking essentially the most shit about me & it’s very imply spirited & ugly.
Ps. your man 100% needs to fuck me. https://t.co/O5h6WKKvum
— IGGY AZALEA (@IGGYAZALEA) July 22, 2022
That is! I’m speaking in regards to the remark part. 💗
— IGGY AZALEA (@IGGYAZALEA) July 23, 2022
Final 12 months, Iggy mentioned that her album, Finish Of An Period, would be her last, explaining, “I’m attending to an area the place I really feel that there’s not a lot new perspective I can deliver to what I’m doing… not less than not that I’d be snug with the world listening to.” Whereas her followers will undoubtedly miss her, it seems like her haters will in all probability must discover a new goal for his or her mean-spirited commentary.