Iggy Azalea Shrugs Of Minaj Diss Controversy And Celebrates Historic Charts Record

Posted: Jul 3 2014, 1:39am CDT | by , in News | Latest Celebrity News


Iggy Azalea shrugs of Minaj Diss Controversy and Celebrates Historic Charts Record
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Shooting star rapper Iggy Azalea keeps the cool on the alleged Nicki Minaj diss at the BET Awards and just broke a long standing charts record for a female rapper.

The social sphere and Twitter blew up a possible diss of Nicki Minaj during her BET Awards acceptance speech. It is really something with no meat. Now Iggy Azalea has broke her silence and wants people to just move on as there is nothing to see or spend time on.

A couple hours she said on Twitter:" Also, just wanna say I think it's dope that there was even a debate & conversation about who would win "best female rapper" this year. Usually I feel like the award is overlooked. I'm happy there was anticipation in regards to who'd get it & congrats to nicki for winning."

The young Australian rapper has nothing to worry about and she does not. In contrary she just celebrates a huge charts record. Iggy Azalea makes history on the Billboard Hot 100 with Fancy featuring Charli XCX. She claims the record for the longest-leading #1 by a female rapper. With a 6th week at the top, she passes Lil' Kim, who had a 5 weeks at #1 with Lady Marmalade in 2001.

Iggy Azalea's hit Fancy video has over 124 million views on Youtube. Watch the video below. Right now Iggy works on a video for Black Widow.

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