Over the weekend, Iggy Azalea revealed that she has a new single coming out this Friday (March 24).
Along with the announcement regarding her new track "Mo Bounce," the rapper also shared the promotional artwork for the single and fans are noticing that the theme looks curiously familiar.
The visual features Azalea posing in a g-string bikini and surrounded by glitchy edits, with many pointing out that the pose is all to similar to Nicki Minaj's now-iconic cover for her 2014 smash single, "Anaconda."
While Azala looks incredible on the cover, some fans are distracted by the fact that it has an undeniable resemblance to Minaj's previous aesthetic, thus striking up the age-old Nicki vs. Iggy debate on Twitter.
While the two covers side-by-side do have their noticeable differences, the similarities between the two are all too easy to point out, with some admittedly curious as to what Minaj's thoughts would be on the matter.
Take a look at Iggy Azalea's recent announcement and see how fans are weighing in regarding if the cover art is merely a coincidence or an attempt at flattery in the posts below.
@IGGYAZALEA nicki minaj's impact— Jhony (@jhonymarquesss) March 19, 2017
i dont dislike iggy because im a nicki fan. i just dont like her period.— foxy brown (@wusgoodfox) March 19, 2017
you're all talking how Iggy's new single artwork is the same as Nicki's Anaconda... well I've done my research too. pic.twitter.com/lStj97eAwV— Pip Radmuscles (@PipRasmussen) March 19, 2017
Can we please stop comparing Nicki and Iggy? That's not even two diff lanes! They on different streets 🙄 pic.twitter.com/jB9wL5xPio— #NM4 (@jaemaraj) March 19, 2017
People are getting mad at iggy for "posing like nicki did on the anaconda cover" stfu, ppl do the most.— yawn (@teachmety) March 19, 2017
I could imagine Nicki on this cover with Iggy https://t.co/jDMmMbvoYm— NO FRAUDS 🙅🏼 (@badlxcx) March 19, 2017
Nicki is the queen of rap. And Iggy is the princess of rap. pic.twitter.com/zBdYF1wMp5— Rïčø (@ricoleecarter) March 19, 2017
Seeing so much hate towards Iggy over her single cover! I just want to protect her so bad— ♡ A M Y ♡ (@blissfull_daze) March 19, 2017
Didn't I just tell y'all don't trust that new Iggy Azalea cover art photo 🤣🤣🤣🤣— Dee Locs (@_DeeLocs_) March 19, 2017
(Photos from left: Tommaso Boddi/Getty Images for Absolut Elyx, Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images)