Iggy Azalea & Snoop Dogg Continue Beef With Online Back-and-Forth

Iggy Azalea at iHeartRadio 2014
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Iggy Azalea performs onstage during the 2014 iHeartRadio Music Festival at the MGM Grand Garden Arena on September 20, 2014 in Las Vegas, Nevada. 

After Snoop Dogg posted a rude meme to his Instagram account insulting Iggy Azalea, the young, female rapper fired back with a Twitter post that should have put the old-school icon in his place until it was later deleted from her account. But that was not the end of it. As media picked up the story, the two are back at it and exchanging words online.  

Iggy Azalea to Snoop Dogg Over Rude Instagram Post: 'I'm Disappointed You'd Be Such an Ass'

"Every time I've ever spoken to you you've always been nice as hell, I’m disappointed you’d be such an ass for no reason," Azalea posted originally in her response.  

Snoop caught wind of the story and Azalea's response to his posting and Monday night posted a response with a screen shot of a story documenting the budding feud and the caption, "This is news to me. I wish a bitch would !! Hahahahahahahah."

Azalea responded to the media pick up in her own way Tuesday morning:

But Snoop wouldn't let it die there, with the two agreeing this was blown out of proportion. Instead, he kept posting to his Instagram and subtlely bullying the up-and-comer in the process:

Azalea responded then later with two somewhat cryptic tweets that have since been deleted, as MTV reports. The first saying, "fathers love your daughters ;-)" and then, "don't want her growing up believing she can't speak her mind without being called a bitch for it."

She followed up then, posting these two tweets:


This is news to me. I wish a bitch would !! Hahahahahahahah

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So says Todd cool out lil sis he was only jokin Sike. Ubitchu !!

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Ok last one. Hahahahaha I didn't make this shit up I jus post smoke n chill Hahahahahahah. So says Todd

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