Read Iggy Azalea's Savage Response to T.I. Dissing Her in New Interview
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During his appearance on 'The Breakfast Show', the 'No Mediocre' rapper says that the female emcee 'switched up' after finding out that white people liked her.

AceShowbiz - Iggy Azalea and T.I. are back at it again. The latter has once again rubbed the female emcee the wrong way after he further explained why he decided to part way with Iggy during his appearance on "The Breakfast Club" on Monday, October 28.

In the latest episode of the radio show, Tip elaborated on his initial comments about Iggy, whom he previously called the "blunder" of his career. "I feel like she was meant to be great," he said. "As far as I'm concerned, I feel like when she found out white people liked her and she didn't need black people to like her anymore, she switched up, started acting different, made moves that I wasn't proud of, that kind of placed my reputation in the line of the fire."

He continued badmouthing her, "And she was very arrogant about it. ...The raps were dope at first, you know what I mean? Of course, she had... help. It was dope at first, and then she exposed herself so much. And I feel like it just kinda--it undid all the good that was done."

Not one to let people say whatever they want about her, Iggy immediately hit back at the reality TV star, urging him to "shut up" and "move on." Revealing that Tip was never a part of "the creative OR executive process" on her debut album "The New Classic", she said on Twitter, "Please move on and speak about artist you are (hopfully) actually helping, and stop trying to bring me up for relevance. I don't bring your a** up, NO ONE is asking about you."

"But seeing a man speaking out of his a**hole and blurting our 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," Iggy continued, referring to T.I. and Tiny's (Tameka Cottle) reality show "The Family Hustle".

Hitting back at Tip for suggesting she had ghostwriters to help her write her songs, Iggy then shared a screenshot of an article in which the former was saying, "Iggy got her own ideas and thoughts that she presents to the world her own way. I couldn't write a lot of the s**t she say. I couldn't put her thoughts into words as articulate as she does. She just has a different way of presenting herself and her art."

Tip has yet to respond to Iggy.

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