In the words of Azealia Banks........ THE GIRLS ARE FIGHTING!
For a while we only said that about the Cardi B and Nicki Minaj beef, but now two other female rappers are at it — Bhad Bhabie (the 15-year-old better known as the "Cash Me Ousside" girl) and Iggy Azalea (who's 28) are now fighting too!
So, it all apparently started at Cardi B's Fashion Nova party. In a video posted by The Shade Room, Bhad Bhabie — real name Danielle Bregoli — can be seen walking over towards Iggy before launching a drink in her direction. A couple of unfortunate people in between were also caught up in the splash zone.
A little scuffle ensues followed by a lot of shouting and I don't really know what was happening because I just can't stop thinking about the drink being thrown.
Obviously the fight wasn't going to end here, and both rappers took to social media to continue the war. Let's start with Iggy, who had the most to say on the matter. She went straight to her Instagram story, captioning a video of her with slightly wet hair, "So the Dr Phil girl is really upset about me apparently and thought I'd fight a child? LOL anyway! The Fashion Nova party is LIT!"
After comparing the shenanigans to an episode of Jerry Springer, Iggy then uploaded a video with a friend, both singing "Obsessed" by Mariah Carey (a timeless bop tbf). She then seemingly made fun of Bhad Bhabie's section in the club.
Then, while driving home, Iggy went off on a multi-video rant, calling Bhad Bhabie a "little girl [who] has made a name for herself acting a damn fool on the television and online". She continued: "I'm not about to waste my energy on that shit or be fighting a kid in a club."
I came to get a cheque, I left with a cheque, you left with your bag stopped over there and you look silly. I’m not gonna be scrambling around on the floor for a 15 year old girl on the internet ... Mamma, good luck with your career. You’re young, you’re gonna look back on this and you’re gonna really feel dumb ... I don’t know, I just think that shit’s lame as hell but maybe it’s because I’m a grown up.