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Iggy versus Azaelia - the sex tape

Iggy Azalea
Iggy Azalea

HACKERS claiming from the group Anonymous are demanding Mullum-born rapper Iggy Azalea say sorry or they'll release a sex tape of her.

The hackers have weighed into an ongoing feud between Iggy Azalea and US rapper Azealia Banks, which has been peppering the Twitter feeds of their followers for the past few months.

Our Iggy's last burst of rage at Banks came in a series of tweets last Friday, December 19, finishing with: "You're poisonous and I feel genuinely sorry for you because it's obvious at this point you are a MISERABLE, angry human being. Regards!"

One of Iggy Azalea's Tweets to Azaelia Banks
One of Iggy Azalea's Tweets to Azaelia Banks

Now it seems the Iggy Vs Azaelia feud may have offended the hackers at Anonymous, and they (or, at least, people claiming to be them) have passed their judgement in favour of the US star.

Various outlets are reporting the hackers have given Azalea 48 hours to apologise to Banks - and her time is almost up.

The threats were posted to Twitter on December 20 from @TheAnonMessage. The account has since had its account suspended.

The threats read: "@IGGYAZALEA, you have exactly 48 hours from now to release a statement apologizing to @AzealiaBanks and the protesters in NYC….

"@IGGYAZALEA if you do not do so, the memory of you will burn from the public faster than the moment you surfaced. We're not kidding."

So far there has been no word of apology on Azalea's Twitter account.

Topics:  anonymous, editors picks, iggy azalea, music, rap




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