It's over I'm bac on my cool shit no harm no foul. #ifitaintaboutthe??????much love @troubleman31t respect sorry bout that

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Snoop Dogg has put an end to his feud with Iggy Azalea.

After a bevy of nasty Instagram posts and a video in which he called the Aussie pop star a "f--king c--t," the 42-year-old rapper took to Instagram to say "sorry" for his hurtful attacks.

"Boys and girls, I just got off the phone with my boy Tip, the king of Atlanta, and it's officially over," Snoop says in the Instagram video, referencing a call he had with rapper T.I. (who mentored Azalea). "No more bad talk, I apologize. I apologize. I'm sorry, I won't do it again."

Snoop captioned the Instagram post, "It's over I'm bac on my cool s--t no harm no foul. #ifitaintaboutthe much love @troubleman31t respect sorry bout that."

Snoop Dogg, Iggy Azalea

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Iggy accepted the apology and wrote on Twitter, "I appreciate the apology @snoopdogg," followed by, "Let that be that people, time to focus on the positive things I've got going on. no time to dwell on the negative."

It's nice to see an end to the rappers' social media feud!

The Snoop-Iggy beef all started the other day when Snoop posted a photo of a woman with albinism and compared it to Iggy's appearance. He also compared Iggy to the main characters in the movie White Chicks. She replied via Twitter, writing, "Why would you post such a mean pic on insta?" and "I'm disappointed you'd be such an ass for no reason." Things only got worse from there.

Snoop Dogg, Iggy Azalea, Instagram


Snoop posted multiple other nasty posts, including an Instagram video in which he angrily said, "Say bitch, you f--king with the wrong n---a and your n---a better check you before I do. You funky bitch. Yeah you! F--king c--t."

Glad Snoop came to his senses.

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