Peter Rosenberg Addresses Iggy Azalea's Claims That He Offended Her
Iggy Azalea has yet another bone to pick with a critic of her place in hip hop.
Iggy Azalea has had a hard time gaining acceptance from the hip-hop community, but now she’s having an even harder time dealing with the "shade" from Peter Rosenberg.
In an interview with Zach Sang and the Gang, Azalea expressed her feelings towards New York hip hop station Hot 97. “I’ll have personal relationships with them outside of the media," she said. “I find it particularly, personally offensive when they often times take on the general opinion of others or the viewership to try to get clicks.”
She must have felt some kind of way, because she continued with, “I’m finding this pretty unrespectable right now. Don’t text my phone.” Rosenberg responded to Azalea on “The Realness” with a few words of advice.
“Honestly, Iggy has let her ego get in the way of having a dialogue,” he said. “You should not go to some random ass pop station, no disrespect, and talk about your relationship in hip hop. Did we give another artist a platform to express her feelings about Iggy Azalea? Yes, we did. Did we agree with and understand some of the things that artist said? Of course. Instead of Iggy talking to me about that. She DM’d me upset, and then instantly unfollowed me [on Twitter]. That is not how you handle a dialogue.”
Watch the entire response segment for yourself below.
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