AceShowbiz - As Iggy Azalea continues receiving backlash for criticizing Eminem's latest diss track "Killshot", Ariel Winter has weighed in on the controversy. No stranger to sharing her thoughts on social media, the actress expressed on Twitter how she was a little bit baffled by the raptress' comments.
"Is she seriously calling out Eminem for having 'lazy' bars.... awkward because... I mean....," she wrote alongside a gif of a guy smiling while surrounded by question marks. The "Modern Family" actress later added in another tweet, "I enjoy her music as well I just don't think she should ever be calling Eminem's verses lazy. Her music is fun but it is not anywhere near Eminem's caliber."
Is she seriously calling out Eminem for having “lazy” bars.......awkward because...I mean... pic.twitter.com/Yi5XjJIrmR— Ariel Winter (@arielwinter1) 15 September 2018
I enjoy her music as well I just don’t think she should ever be calling Eminem’s verses lazy. Her music is fun but it is not anywhere near Eminem’s caliber.— Ariel Winter (@arielwinter1) 16 September 2018
Ariel didn't stop there as she posted another follow-up tweet which read, "I still enjoy some of her music I just can't understand how she would think that she had any ground to stand on saying what she said about an absolute rap legend."
I still enjoy some of her music I just can’t understand how she would think that she had any ground to stand on saying what she said about an absolute rap legend.— Ariel Winter (@arielwinter1) 16 September 2018
Iggy has yet to give her response on Ariel's tweets.
Following the release of "Killshot" on September 14, the Australian femcee said on the miscro-blogging site that the song was only filled with "lazy bars" due to its massive celebrity name drops, including her.
Stating that she wasn't in dispute about that, Iggy went on explaining why she thought Slim Shady's recent songs were "lazy." She said, "The earlier stuff was crazy, twisted and creative. This stuff feels more like picking names that fit easily into a rhyme scheme."
Despite the backlash, the "Survivor" rapper still stood by her comments. "Iam beyond prepared to be trolled by this opinion. Hahahahaha," she said, before adding in another tweet, "Hahahahaha y'all mad as f**k! I said what I said!"