50 Cent is not the only one who has beef with Wendy Williams.
On Monday’s episode of “The Wendy Williams Show,” the controversial talk show host threw shade at Iggy Azalea during a “Hot Topics” segment about Nicki Minaj’s retirement. “Who’s the Australian girl with the fake body?” Williams asked her producer, who replied, “Iggy Azalea.”
It wasn’t long before the Aussie rapper took to Twitter to respond, retweeting the video clip while clapping back at Williams. “Who’s the crack head in the half way house with the gossip show thing?” she tweeted.
Who’s the crack head in the half way house with the gossip show thing? 😂🤷♀️ https://t.co/63sizBhR5L
— IGGY AZALEA (@IGGYAZALEA) September 18, 2019
The shots didn’t stop there. “Wendy Williams is a walking mike Tyson tribal tattoo slapped over a deeply set c-section scar. I’ve had enough,” added Iggy.
She also reposted a photo of a visibly shaken and emotional Williams. “All I’m saying is: does this look like someone who’s life advice you’d take or does this look like one of those videos were someone’s aunty gets high and walks down the street with their titties out,” asked Iggy.
And in another since-deleted tweet, she made reference to Williams’ marital woes and drug use. “You would have thought after crying publicly all summer, walking around in a wig that looks like it hasn’t been brushed in a week, talking to papz clearly high as hell etc etc she would mind hers but her she is… baby!” said Iggy.
This isn’t the first time the two have exchanged blows. In November 2018, Williams called out Iggy for her accent. “Isn’t she from Australia? When did she develop a ‘blaccent’?” she asked. “She probably bought that at the same place she bought her booty and her boobs. Oh please, that is a coin well spent.”
The “Fancy” rapper was swift with her clapback. “Imagine having to f**k Wendy Williams,” tweeted Iggy. “I guess I just feel like if you’re pushing 60 without ever having lived an entire year on this planet where we could deem you attractive, you should keep it a whole lot cuter on certain commentary.”