Iggy Azalea refuses to be haunted by her less than stellar creative past and is condemning those who seek to remind her of it.
Before the unveiling of her smash hit jam ‘Fancy‘, Azalea sought to showcase her skills as a performer by rocking several radio shows and festivals.
Alas, these appearances went awry when the freestyles she delivered struggled to live up to the hype her then-mentor T.I. had helped her garner.
Why she is unwilling to be held down by any of this past?
the day twitter got ahold of this video was truly one for the books https://t.co/7LAka8a9ZO
— fadumo (@faaaadumo_) March 10, 2018
She responded with…
It was great being bullied endlessly until I literally wanted to die because y’all unearthed a trash performance from the beginning of my career.
one for the books!
Thank God Im a strong person.
These comments remind me how important it is to always be kind.
Y’all ain’t shit. https://t.co/okGepyD1yb
— IGGY AZALEA (@IGGYAZALEA) March 12, 2018
Iggy’s sophomore album will make its way to the world this year and is fronted by its lead single ‘Saviour.’