Rap superstar Clifford "TI" Harris got into a Twitter war with his former artist - female rapper Iggy Azalea.
Iggy Azalea burst onto the music scene back in 2011 after releasing the viral music videos for her songs "Pussy" and "Two Times." She was immediately signed to TI's Grand Hustle music label, and was rolled out to the fans as the "future" of female rap.
Her career took off - at least initially. Eventually she flopped hard - after fans began to suspect that her entire persona was manufactured.
In a recent interview, TI was asked what he thought about Iggy's career - and he spoke honestly. Maybe a little too honestly.
TI called signing Iggy a "blunder." And explained that "[Signing Iggy] is the tarnish on my legacy as far as being a music executive is concerned. To me, this is like when Michael Jordan went to play Baseball."
Iggy immediately took to Twitter to respond. She said "Imagine thinking I was his biggest blunder LMAO. Tip Sweetie I have a whole list for you."
Here's what TI told the interviewer:
Here's Iggy's clawback:
According to The Root, "T.I. has rebounded and, for him, attending the epic Tyler Perry Studios grand opening this week was confirmation. “I did some shit right to be here,” he shared. “I’m my toughest critic and I’m always kind of hard on myself about the times that I had the game eating out the palms of my hands and I fucked up but that was a clear representation that if I had fucked up too bad, I wouldn’t have been in that motherfucking room.”