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Snoop Dogg Slams, Threatens Iggy Azalea

Snoop Dogg Slams, Threatens Iggy Azalea

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While the Ebola death toll surpasses 4,500 and the threat of ISIS continues to grow, Americans are ignoring an ongoing dispute between two international hip hop artists that seems to impinge upon their everyday lives.

Earlier this week, rapper Snoop Dogg reportedly waged a war on social media against his female counterpart Iggy Azalea after he compared her to a character from the film “White Chicks” through an Instagram photo.

Snoop Dogg, Instagram

The rapper then shared a photograph of himself in a blonde wig and glasses with a caption that reads:

“Iggy was a man So says Todd. Hahahahahahah goodnight bitch !! Kangaroo yo pink punk ass bac to the land down unda !!”

Azalea issued a response to Snoop Dogg’s apparent bullying in a series of personal tweets, while retweeting several fans that jumped to her defense against the unwarranted attacks.

ima be the bigger man in this situation and leave it be.

— IGGY AZALEA (@IGGYAZALEA) October 15, 2014

its like the guy that asks for your number and then says you ugly and a bitch when you say no…

— IGGY AZALEA (@IGGYAZALEA) October 15, 2014

SnoopDogg’s daughter is going to think a man can treat her that way & call her names since daddy doesnt have respect for women. @IGGYAZALEA

— ?emalestan.? (@ValeSerenax3) October 15, 2014

I see a lot of women who claim to be feminist applauding the fact Snoop called Iggy a bitch and cunt. So when are those words offensive?

— Charlamagne Tha God (@cthagod) October 15, 2014

Snoop Dogg took the dispute to another level with a profanity-filled video, which can be viewed at TMZ, as he continued to insult and threaten Azalea for reasons yet to be determined.

“You f*ckin’ with the wrong n**ga! And yo n**ga betta check you before I do,” he warned.

The marijuana activist posted a meme hours before he initiated the fight through social networking that says: “Tryin to start beef? I wish a b*tch would.” View on Instagram


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