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Iggy Azalea conducted an interview with Power 106, talking about losing to Eminem at Grammys in a Best Rap Album category. But it surely seems that antagonism between the two is deep-rooted.
About Iggy Emimem at the Grammys: “I found it to be kind of ironic. It was because I’m white, therefore I’m appropriating culture. But then Eminem won it — who’s white and won it many times — and they didn’t seem to say anything about that.”
About her racist tweets: “Having to deal with people photoshopping things that I say, and then other people really thinking that they’re true. Like ‘n-word this’ or ‘I hate every race’. Tweet about me hating Asian people, black people – I hate everyone, apparently. That annoyed me. Nobody wants to be called a racist … Nobody wants to feel like they’re Hitler. That was weak. That was lame.”
About the Grammy loss: “I did not want to win that award. My speech would have been like, ‘F*** this! I don’t want it! Take it! Get away from me!’. I’m glad I didn’t win because people already hate me enough. I do not need to be hated any more. Are you ever going to leave me alone? I lost. You should be happy. Sh*t. Bye.”