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Iggy Azalea Claps Back Hard After Trolls Body-Shame Her For Twerking During Pride Concert

Iggy Azalea Claps Back Hard After Trolls Body-Shame Her For Twerking During Pride Concert

Iggy Azalea responded to haters by embracing body positivity and simultaneously throwing major shade in a viral tweet.

A Twitter user shared a video that focused on the Australian rapper twerking during a performance at the Long Beach Pride festival in Long Beach, California on July 22.

The tweet was captioned with, "Iggy really be tossing that big MF."

The comments that followed the complimentary parent tweet were not as kind.

"She needs to toss that mf in the dumpster along with them weak a** raps," wrote one user, while another commented, "Oh this looks atrocious."

The rapper came back hard in the comments after all the vile body-shaming tweets, saying:

“It’s a good thing I genuinely feel happy about myself & my body cause y’all stay in every comment section talking the most sh*t about me & it’s very mean spirited & ugly.”

She finished her tweet with one final message for the haters:

“Ps. your man 100% wants to f'k me.”


Azalea later confirmed that her comment was not in direct response to the original "tossin" tweet but more towards all the negative comments in the thread.

Fans were here for her fierce response and they also complimented her impressive twerking skillz.

Azalea became the first non-American female rapper to hit number one on the Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart with her debut studio album, 2014's The New Classic.

Her accolades include two American Music Awards, three Billboard Music Awards, an MTV Video Music Award, a People's Choice Award, four Teen Choice Awards, and four Grammy Award nominations.

Unfortunately, her successes have been marred by accusations of culturally appropriating Black music and her constantly having to defend herself against body-shaming.

After a slew of personal conflicts, as well as conflicts with her former record label, Azalea became an independent artist through her own label, Bad Dreams.

Despite her new low-profile image, trolls still target the rapper's body, personality, and music.

Her body was the subject of yet another online attack in 2018 when she bared it all for an Instagram post in which she held her breasts while standing nude on the tennis court and wrote, "Haters can't stand me but they love me at the bank."

Haters gonna hate, but that's not gonna stop this Aussie from flaunting her assets.

You go, girl.