Iggy Azalea has once again found herself on the defense.
"There's a difference between being yourself and being your stereotype,” she wrote. “When people I've never met say I should act more like ‘myself,’ I feel like they're really saying ‘act more like how I sterotype [sic] you to be, so I can feel comfortable.’ I'm myself as strange as I may be, daily. I think it's really important we all feel free to explore or feel passionate about whatever u wish."
It seems that the "Beg for It" rapper has been on the receiving end of a lot of criticism from hip hop lately, although it doesn’t seem to be breaking her spirit.
She ended today’s reaction by urging her “young fans” to be as “complex and multidimensional and interesting” as possible.
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