Earlier this week, we reported that Iggy Azalea canceled her first US tour due to disappointing ticket sales.
Naturally, that's not the "official" explanation, as such a portent of declining popularity would be a massive embarrassment for Iggy, particularly so early in her career.
So Iggy sat for a radio interview today to clear things up. And by "clear things up," we mean lie through her teeth about why her team decided to "postpone" her tour at the last minute.
"It is bumped back because I am a psychopath," Iggy says. "It's my first arena tour, so it's a big undertaking. I'm doing a lot of the creative direction...So it's tough when it's your first time working on an arena situation."
"This is all really boring stuff I guess, for people to hear talk about, but when you're building a stage and things like that, you do it about six months in advance. My tour would've started in April, we have not started building. That is not six months."
Yes. April is not six months away from March. A valuable math lesson from Iggy-Igs.
Iggy apparently thinks her fans don't understand calendars, but that's not the only that she insults their intelligence in this interview.
For one thing, "Satan in the Form of Mayonnaise" expects her Azaleans to believe that it takes six months to build a portable stage for an arena tour.
On top of that, she claims that the many, many people who would make a ton of money from a successful arena tour just totally spaced on building a stage until one month before things were supposed to get underway.
Riiiiiiiiight. Next, Iggy will be trying to convince us she writes her own raps.