Snoop Dogg Calls Iggy Azalea The C-Word Before T.I. Makes Him Apologize

T.I. Iggy Azalea and Snoop Dogg
T.I. makes Snoop Dogg apologize to Iggy Azalea Lester Cohen/WireImage; Inset: Leon Bennett/Getty Images

Okay, Snoop Dogg officially needs to relax. The rapper continued to bully Iggy Azalea on Tuesday, Oct. 14, this time going as far as to call her a "c–t" in an Instagram video before rapper T.I. made him apologize on Wednesday, Oct. 15.

In case you missed it, the feud between Snoop and Azalea began on Monday, when Snoop posted a meme-like image mocking the "Fancy" singer's makeup-free photos. The Australian rapper then tweeted at Snoop, calling him an "ass."

Snoop continued to harass the songstress on Tuesday, calling her a "bitch" and saying she looks like Marlon Wayans' character in White Chicks. Azalea, for her part, remained collected until later in the afternoon when she posted (and then deleted) a photo of Snoop which read: "When your drug addict aunt gets clean," with the caption: "Glass Houses @snoopdogg Im a 'bitch' because i called u out for being a secret fan? Grow up & god bless."

That evening, the "Drop It Like It's Hot" rapper then posted an explicit Instagram video with the caption, "Last one until she speak now shut da F–k up ubitchu." In the darkly lit video, Snoop says: "You're f–king with the wrong n–ga! And your n–ga betta check you before I do…you c–t."

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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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Hours after the abrasive video, Snoop posted an apology clip on Instagram after speaking with a mutual friend and fellow rapper T.I. "It's over I'm bac on my cool s–t no harm no foul. #ifitaintaboutthemuch love @troubleman31t respect sorry bout that," he captioned the video, while also making sure to say sorry to T.I., who collaborated on the track "No Mediocre" with Azalea.

Azalea accepted Snoops apology, tweeting: "I appreciate the apology @snoopdogg." 

This isn't the first time T.I. has come to the rescue. In Creed frontman Scott Stapp's memoir, he recounts a time when T.I. helped save his life after he attempted suicide by jumping off a balcony. "He immediately took care of the situation and saved my life," Stapp wrote.

In 2010, T.I. also reportedly convinced a man to not jump from a high-rise in Atlanta.

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