It will take all of maybe two seconds for Iggy Azalea to put you in your place.
The Aussie rapper is known to speak her mind when she feels it's necessary, and it turns out that last night was one of those times when it was necessary.
Iggy began posting a series of tweets slamming who she called "internet kids" for bullying artists on social media. The outlash was sparked after numerous Nicki Minaj fans began to put down Azalea, who scored her first ever U.S. No.1 hit on the Billboard Hot 100 last week with "Fancy."
So this is what she had to say about all of that:
Just remember while your all at home online cracking jokes about artists etc that Most of you have done NOTHING. NOTHING! With your lives.? IGGY AZALEA (@IGGYAZALEA) June 2, 2014
Don't flex someone else's achievements. So many of you Internet kids quote the feats of others as if they were your own.? IGGY AZALEA (@IGGYAZALEA) June 2, 2014
And just to clarify for anyone who didn't understand that last statement goes out to people who bully others...? IGGY AZALEA (@IGGYAZALEA) June 2, 2014
Fan wars back and forth and all that shit is all bullshit.? IGGY AZALEA (@IGGYAZALEA) June 2, 2014
Someone who's music you love doing great should never be an excuse to be awful to others. That's my point I suppose.? IGGY AZALEA (@IGGYAZALEA) June 2, 2014
I just find it really disgusting.? IGGY AZALEA (@IGGYAZALEA) June 2, 2014
Don't be cruel to one another. And learn to understand how much work it takes to achieve anything in life.? IGGY AZALEA (@IGGYAZALEA) June 2, 2014
Success should be celebrated and not used as an excuse to be awful to others, especially when it's not even your own. That was my point.? IGGY AZALEA (@IGGYAZALEA) June 2, 2014
It was a positive but aggressive point. Lol. Anyway it's my mans bday and I'm outtttt!? IGGY AZALEA (@IGGYAZALEA) June 2, 2014
Comparisons between artists and fan wars happen on the daily, but even Minaj gave Iggy props on her success last week when she called in to Power 105.1's Breakfast Club—and she gave herself a shout-out, too.
"I think that congratulations is in order. Her single is doing really, really well and I think that's a good thing. One thing I'm not is a hater," Nicki said.
"If somebody is doing something and they did it well, and their song is charting well, then congratulations. I just want female rappers to understand that I've kicked in a lot of doors for them and I just would appreciate if they would acknowledge that."
She added, "If somebody has a song that's doing well, then I think that's a great thing. I think that's a great thing for women and we're gonna keep it moving."
Are you listening, Barbz?