After the "Fancy" rapper shot back at Azealia following her diss-filled radio interview, a group of hackers posting under the Twitter handle @TheAnonMessage threatened to release Iggy's alleged sex tape if she didn't publicly apologize to her.
"We apologize for our followers with regards to this following statement: F**k you, @IGGYAZALEA. #ICantBreathe," the group posted, referencing the controversial death of Eric Garner, an unarmed black man who died after a police officer put him in a chokehold and didn't release him after he said 11 times "I can't breathe."
"Trashy b*tch," the group continued. "We have so much sh*t on you, your scandal would be bigger than Bill Cosby's." They went on to threaten Iggy, tweeting that she had 48 hours to release a statement apologizing to Azealia and to protesters in NYC who rallied after Eric's death.
"You are guilty of misappropriating black culture, insulting peaceful protesters, and making light of Eric Garner's death," they continued. "@IGGYAZALEA. There's an X rated tape of you, we bet you'd certainly don't want public, are we right? @IGGYAZALEA....and this is nothing. Comply or else."
Iggy and Azealia have gone off on each other before on Twitter, but Azealia took things further when she criticized the rapper on radio station Hot 97.
"In this country, whenever it comes to our things, like black issues, or black politics, or black music, or whatever, there's always this undercurrent of kind of like a 'f**k you,'" she began. "There's always a, 'f**k y'all n***as; y'all don't really own sh*t, y'all don't have sh*t.'"
"That Macklemore album wasn't better than the Drake record," she said, among many other things. "That Iggy Azalea sh*t is not better than any f**king black girl that's rapping today."
Once Iggy caught wind of the diss she hit Twitter, she fired back, tweeting this (for starters).
Special msg for banks: There are many black artists succeeding in all genres. The reason you haven't is because of your piss poor attitude.- IGGY AZALEA (@IGGYAZALEA) December 19, 2014
Your inability to be responsible for your own mistakes, bullying others, the inability to be humble or have self control. It's YOU!- IGGY AZALEA (@IGGYAZALEA) December 19, 2014
Iggy has yet to apologize and Twitter has since suspended the hackers' account, so it's not clear if they will follow through with their threats.
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