Iggy Azalea on Cardi B Suggesting She Fell Off: 'I Don't F**k With That Statement'
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When one Twitter user asks her, 'BUT DID CARDI LIE IGGY,' the blonde beauty answers, 'Yes,' before listing all the achievements she has received during her career.

AceShowbiz - Iggy Azalea truly doesn't have the best impression on Cardi B right now. Not only she has issues with the Bronx rapper declaring herself as the one who helps open the door for other female rappers, but the blonde beauty is also not having it after Cardi suggested that she fell off.

Making matters worse, a lot of people actually agreed with the "Bodak Yellow" hitmaker and some people went all the way to say it to Iggy. The "Fancy" rapper, of course, would not just let them say whatever they want. In response to someone who said that her label was to blame for what happened to her, Iggy said, "Listen you can look at it that way however that's NOT what was said and no one has hit me up for any clarification."

Without mentioning Cardi's name, she continued, "So it means what it means until the person who said it says otherwise and I don't f**k with that statement. The end." When another person said, "BUT DID CARDI LIE IGGY," she hit back, "Yes. I'm still charting. Still have the most viewed videos. Still earn millions. Still booked. Still lasting after 7 years. Good bye."

Earlier this week, Cardi got a lot of people talking after she said that her success helped other female rappers get signed and provided more opportunities for them. Her comment sparked backlash, as people believed she said she paved the way for female rappers. However, Cardi had denied ever saying that and insisted that she was the one who gave them hope.

"So you tell me what rappers was giving features to female rappers? What label was pushing a female rapper? What TV music show was inviting female rappers .Only 2 female rappers for years and one ain't last long ….now you tell me! I wanna see something?" she said in one of her tweets, possibly referring to Nicki Minaj and Iggy.

Following her controversial statement, Iggy took a jab at the "Money" rapper by liking a tweet which read, "B***h, you tried it." She then deleted all of her posts on Instagram, though she later stressed that it had nothing to do with her feud with Cardi.

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