Rapper Tip "T.I." Harris and Australian rapper Iggy Azalea are apparently not in good terms after going their separate ways in 2015.
While promoting Netflix's Rhythm + Flow -- a show about hip-hop competition -- in Atlanta, T.I. took a jab at the "Fancy" rapper and said he's "still actively looking for another female rapper who can undo the blunder of Iggy Azalea."
T.I. furthered that as being a music executive, Iggy Azalea is the "tarnish" of his legacy. He then went on to compare the situation to Chicago Bulls legend Michael Jordan leaving the storied franchise back in the 90s to play baseball.
It didn't take long for the Australian rapper to defend herself, however.
In her follow-up tweet, she expressed that T.I. was a huge misogynist and that he has never had a real conversation with any woman where he doesn't speak like "a fortune cookie."
Tensions between the two began when Iggy called herself a "runaway slave master" in her track "D.R.U.G.S."
After a fan tweeted both rappers, Azalea posted in another now-deleted tweet that T.I. tried to include her in narratives like this that she has nothing to do with. She expressed her exhaustion and later mentioned that the rapper doesn't have any financial responsiblities tied to her.
Whether she is winning or losing, it has nothing to do with the money T.I. is throwing: "Let t.i. be a hater if he wants to without involving me."
Azalea has a long history with the "Live Your Life" rapper. She was signed to his music label, "Grand Hustle," months after she released her debut mixtape "Ignorant Act" back in 2011. Her first album, "The New Classic," peaked at #3 on the Billboard 200 album Chart.
Upon leaving the record label, Azalea has shared an EP called "Survive the Summer" and her second studio album "In My Defense," which peaked at #50 on the Billboard 200 album chart earlier this year.
T.I. promotes female rappers during the leaner years in hip-hop gender equality.
Azalea isn't involved with just one drama. Recently, she appeared to have kicked it off with Lizzo after the singer looked determined to break the record for the longest stretch at #1 by any female rapper.
After the Juice hitmaker shouted out her friend Charli XCX for her work on the track, fans then thought that it was a shade towards Iggy.
Azalea then threw her support behind Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello for their track, "Señorita," which is Lizzo's competition, seemingly making things extra petty.
The Australian native later insisted that it was all "for a laugh." She congratulated Lizzo for the track.
In another tweet, she admitted that she's down to being petty for the sake of fun and laughter and confessed to just laughing and trolling at all the Twitter replies she had received. "It's not that serious, at least not for me," she added.
Azalea insisted she has no beef with the newcomer, saying she logged online and saw numerous posts making an Iggy-vs-Lizzo beef when apparently, there was no beef at all.
However, not everyone believes that there wasn't any tea. A lot of people thought that shading a fellow artist was so unprofessional and low for her. Twitter users believe that it is never funny to give hints to start drama for "some harmless fun."