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Say What? Did Iggy Azalea Just Drop An N-Bomb



Everyone’s favorite rapper is back with a terrible new song titled, “Azillion.” Iggy Azalea debuted the track on Friday night and it’s already making waves because one of her lyrics seems to include her take on the n-word. On “Azillion”, the queen of cultural appropriation appears to rap:

“Who tryna get it, tryna get it with me? / From December to the motherfucking nigguary / Body bags putting covers in the cemetery.”

While it does sound like Iggy is saying “nigguary,” the official lyrics do not include the “n,” appearing as “igguary” instead. Many believe the Australian model is using the word to drop a racial epithet without being offensive, but you can skip along to the 1:40 mark below to decide for your yourself.

As for what an “igguary” is, you can read the rapper’s explanation below:

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  1. KnutesNiche

    January 10, 2016 at 7:58 PM

    Much like many ‘artists’ in the rap game, Ms. Iggy Azalea writes
    lyrics characterizing women as less than human ^itches and ^hores
    unworthy of respect.

    Because many American rappers were victims Childhood Abuse and Neglect committed against them by selfish moms who IGNORED their parental duty to their child(ren) by NOT placing the emotional well being of their children above all else, as well a DISREGARDING their societal responsibility to their neighbors to raise and nurture fairly happy children who mature into reasonably responsible teens and adults respecting their peaceful neighbors….I understand why many rappers
    compose raps HATING and DEMEANING women.

    I’m curious, was Ms. Iggy Azalea deprived of experiencing a fairly happy childhood by her maternal caregiver?

    Is this why she demeans women…or is there another reason Ms. Azalea
    thinks women are less than human creatures, unworthy of respect?

    Robert K. Ross, MD, President and CEO of The California Endowment, gives a
    compelling overview of the role that exposure to childhood trauma plays
    in the lives of troubled and chronically ill Americans.



  2. Robin

    January 11, 2016 at 6:16 AM

    Oh lord this is so biased and pretty terrible to read. Common, we all know she said igguary, if u like the track or not. And i think she deserves a new chance to start again because the track is good and iggy did change and apologize.

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