After getting called a "blunder" and a "tarnish," Iggy Azalea finally fired back at her former employer, T.I.
In a series of now-deleted tweets by the Australian rapper, she called T.I. -- real name Clifford Joseph Harris Jr., and also known as Tip -- and reminded him that they don't have much history working together.
Azalea slammed T.I. and said that the only song he was ever part of was "100." Furthermore, the 39-year-old rapper wasn't even involved in the "creative or executive" progression of the album.
The 29-year-old Aussie hip-hop artist then advised T.I to "move on" and speak honestly about the artists whom he truly extended his helping hands to. To end the the issue, she assured the former boss that she tried to be nice since she had a lot more interesting things to do than dealing with him.
"But seeing a man speaking out of his a**hole and blurting [out] one thing in public and another in private for years is really infuriating. Keep it pushing sweetie & worry about what your next story line is for family hustle," Azalea threatened on her now-deleted posts.
After cleaning the messy Twitter account, the "Fancy Singer" apologized to her fans and continued her plans on focusing to her music instead.
The Twitter rage was ignited after T.I took credits for Azalea's success in her career during his guesting at "The Breakfast Club." He accused the former Grand Hustle artist for not needing black people anymore ever since "the white people liked her."
Never-ending issue of T.I?
The whole drama this year went in full swing when Rapper T.I got walloped by netizens and co-performers in the hip-hop industry after his controversial Top 50 Rappers of All Time.
After resolving and cooling down the issue, the rapper was yet again the talk of the town after he told The Root that he is looking for a female rapper who can clean the stain Azalea left. T.I called the female hit-maker "a tarnish" to his legacy, even describing Azalea's signing Azalea was comparable to Chicago Bulls legend Michael Jordan leaving the franchise to play baseball.
Azalea signed with T.I.'s Grand Hustle record label in 2011, but they cut ties in 2015. She came to Def Jam and Island Records consequently after leaving T.I.'s record label. She eventually chose to be independent since then and managed to spread his wings by herself.