Ah, Iggy Azalea...she may be new on the scene, but she's already drawing plenty of attention not just for her music but for her frequent WTF?! behavior.
When Iggy's not posting bikini photos of herself, she's usually picking baffling fights with other female artists.
Last week Iggy attacked Nicki Minaj fans and bizarrely claimed that none of them have done anything with their lives. This week she's attacking flawless 17-year-old pop star Lorde.
They may be from the same part of the world but Aussie Iggy and New Zealander Lorde apparently have very different views on what constitutes appropriate material for a cover song:
Lorde joined the surviving members of Nirvana to perform "All Apologies" at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony in April.
The performance was widely praised, but Iggy apparently feels that it should be she - not his bandmates - who decides who gets to sing Kurt Cobain songs.
"I think when you're doing a tribute to someone who's dead, generally it should be that person's peer," said Iggy in an interview with Billboard. "Lorde is not Kurt Cobain's peer. No matter if she killed the performance or not, I just don't think it's appropriate."
Remember that during your next karaoke night. Unless you're 99 years old, you better think twice about that Sinatra song, son!
Sigh, Iggy's hard to listen to sometimes. But at least she looks good in a bikini: