Iggy Azalea has addressed a number of recent public feuds she’s been engaged in.
Azalea appeared on Bravo’s Watch What Happens Live on Wednesday night (March 23) when host Andy Cohen asked her about media reports about her celebrity beefs.
The singer was asked about Macklemore citing her as an example of white appropriation of black culture in his song ‘White Privilege II’.
Azalea denied that she had spoken to the rapper about the incident, saying: “No, but I read his interview and he’s like, ‘I should’ve called’. You should have and you still haven’t. So what’s up with that?”
She added: “I don’t think it was intended as a diss, but at least I would’ve been prepared when the headlines came out and been like, alright I know what it is.”
Asked whether she had fallen out with Britney Spears after they collaborated on ‘Pretty Girls’ in May of last year, Azalea said no and that “we’re cool, we always have been. We have not had a fight.”
Azalea also said that she is “still good” with former collaborator TI.
Elsewhere, Cohen asked Azalea what she thought of Kanye West‘s lyric about Taylor Swift in his recent track ‘Famous’. The song included the lyric: “I feel like me and Taylor might still have sex / I made that bitch famous.”
Azalea said on the subject: “I get that it was a joke but I didn’t like it. I wasn’t there for it.”
Watch Azalea’s interview on the show beneath.