T.I. is doubling down on his comments about Iggy Azalea.
As reported, the King of the South went on record during a recent interview to label his former protégé as one of his biggest “blunders.”
Now, he’s expanding on his remarks.
In a new interview with The Breakfast Club, T.I.P was quizzed about his sentiments and it looks like his brand of candid will have folk talking all over again.
See what we mean below…
Speaking with the Power 105.1 show, he said of Azalea and the “blunder” comment:
“She was meant to be great. What happened was, and this is just my opinion…I’m not speaking down on her. This just my opinion. If she happens to be the biggest thing tomorrow, then great.
But as far as I’m concerned, I feel like when she found out white people liked her and she didn’t really need black people to like her anymore….she switched up. Started acting different, made moves that I wasn’t proud of. (Moves) that placed my reputation in the line of fire. And she was very arrogant about it and I felt like that energy led to motherf*ckers being like ‘ugh, we not f*ckin’ with that.’
And, outside of that, the raps were dope…at first. Of course she had…help [laughs]. And then she just exposed her self so much – Twitter, freestyle on Sway. All of it undid the good that had been done.”
Watch the full interview below (Iggy part commences at 22.20 mark)
What’s your take on T.I.’s comments?