In this week's edition of unabashed and totally uncalled for misogyny, Snoop Dogg posted a video in response to a Twitter/Instagram feud with Iggy Azalea (a feud that HE began), calling the rapper a "cunt," and seemingly threatening her with violence. So that escalated quickly.
The beef began three days ago, when Snoop posted an unflattering Iggy meme to his Instagram. Now, any dedicated Snoop fan knows that if there's one thing Snoop loves more than never-ending blunts and Haile Selassie, it's a good meme.
But Iggy doubted the good humored intentions of the artist Formerly Known As Snoop Lion, pointing out on Twitter that, "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."
While Iggy quickly deleted her Tweets, Snoop was clearly not content with just being a confusing ass—instead choosing to pursue the title of "most confusing ass of all time" with a barrage of rude Instagrams, including a side by side comparison of Iggy and Marlon Wayans’ character from White Chicks accompanied by the caption "I didn't make this shit up I jus post smoke n chill."
Sick, bro! He also posted a photo of what reports allege to be "his alter ego Todd," or as we'll call him, Sasha Sad, urging Iggy to "cool out lil sis he was only joking Sike. Ubitchu !!!"
Iggy's relatively mature response to this drug-addled drivel? A now-deleted tweet reading: "Fathers love your daughters…don't want her growing up believing she can't speak her mind without being called a bitchh for it.” She continued to fight back with a decidedly less mature, but still fully warranted Instagram calling Snoop out for his uncanny resemblance to "when your drug addict aunt gets clean."
Because if Iggy Azalea has to take time off from killing the game to set a delusional dick straight, she should at least be allowed to have a sense of humor about it. Of course, because nothing is fair and everything is crazy, Iggy's "escalation" apparently justified Snoop going totally crazy, posting a downright terrifying video in which he threatens, "You're fucking with the wrong nigga! And your nigga beta check you before I do."
A former great urging another man to forcefully keep an up-and-coming female rapper in line? Happy Wednesday, everyone!
UPDATE: Snoop Dogg has since apologized: "No more bad talk. I apologize. I won't do it again."