& # 39; She played black & # 39 ;: Wendy Williams weighs in on Iggy Azalea's feud with T.I. after he accused the Fancy rapper of pawning to a white audience
Wendy Williams has weighed on the constant feud between T.I. and Iggy Azalea.
The 55-year-old shared her two cents on the feud in her talk show during the day this week, in response to recent comments from T.I. had made Iggy busy with a white audience and damaged his reputation.
& # 39; I don't know Iggy Azalea, but I do believe that T.I. shouldn't talk about this anymore, & Wendy said.
& # 39; T.I. must stop about this & # 39 ;: Wendy Williams weighed the feud between T.I. and Iggy Azalea this week
& # 39; She didn't ruin your legacy, she added, because by discovering her, whether you like her or not, she had that beautiful song, & # 39; she added.
& # 39; And then she became a household name, and that is all due to your discovery of her and the sharpening of her artistry. & # 39;
Despite defending Iggy, Wendy said she agreed with T.I. when it came to the issue of race.
& # 39; She didn't ruin your legacy, she added, because by discovering her, whether you like her or not, she had that beautiful song and something else, & # 39; Wendy said in her show.
& # 39; I don't blame Iggy for suddenly turning white, & # 39; Wendy said.
& # 39; She is white! She played black and then she turned white, and now T.I. still talk. & # 39;
The original comments from T.I. were made during a performance at The Breakfast Club earlier this week.
& # 39; She played black and then she turned white! & # 39; Despite defending Iggy, Wendy admitted that she agreed with T.I. when it came to the issue of race
& # 39; When [Iggy] discovered that white people liked her and that she no longer needed black people to like her, she switched, & # 39; said the Atlanta-born rapper.
& # 39; She started to behave differently, made movements that I was not proud of, that put my reputation in the line of fire & he continued.
Iggy responded to the controversial comments in a series of now deleted tweets, in which he T.I. remain silent & # 39 ;.
& # 39; When she discovered that white people liked her and that she no longer needed black people to like her, she switched & # 39 ;: TI & # 39; s original comments about Iggy were made earlier this week made during a performance at The Breakfast Club
& # 39; When will this man keep his mouth shut. The only song you were ever part of was "100", Iggy wrote in one tweet.
& # 39; Thank you for that, but you were NOT part of the creative OR executive process on that album. That is why I have always had problems with trying to approach yourself with its success. & # 39;
In another tweet, she accused T.I. of & # 39; bringing up [her] relevance & # 39; and urged him to stop talking about her in the press.
& # 39; When will this man shut up! & # 39; Iggy shot back at T.I. in a series of tweets now deleted
Flashback: Iggy got her big break after signing with T.I & # 39; s Grand Hustle Records in 2012. The couple later worked together on a number of hip hop records
Iggy got her major breakthrough after signing at T.I. & # 39; s Grand Hustle Records in 2012.
She worked with him on hip-hop singles Murda Bizness and No Mediocre, before she changed her sound and style to a more mainstream pop direction after she reached the charts with Fancy in 2014.
Iggy returned to the charts in July with her second album In My Defense, which peaked at number 50 on the charts.
Pop diva! Iggy turned into a more commercial pop sound after she reached the charts in 2014 with her hit, Fancy