Iggy Azalea Is Quitting Twitter Because People Made Fun Of Her Ass

February 19, 2015 / Posted by:

BYE BITCH!” hissed Azealia Banks, Steve Madden, Papa John’s, and literally everyone who has ever read something tweeted by Iggy Azalea and though “trick, are you going for a personal best at being the worst?

Sad news today for those of you who truly enjoyed reading the 140-character brain farts of a come-to-life Rappin’ Rockin’ Barbie doll (crickets). Last week, some pictures hit the internet of Iggy Azalea on vacation in Hawaii with her boyfriend Nick Young, and yes, a lot of them were of her double-stuffed deep fried Bloomin’ Onion ass in a bikini. Of course, some people then took their thoughts of her busted butt to social media. When Igloo got back from vacation, she made the mistake of reading them, which made Iggy be like “First things first, I’m the saddest.

So in response to the random internet haters who hurt her feelings, Iggy Azalea decided to quit social media last night. And in true Iggy Azalea fashion, she announced it by going on a long-ass Twitter rant:

The internet is the ugliest reflection of man? I’m sure there are a couple mirrors in Sean Penn’s house that would beg to differ. But really, the internet can’t be that ugly; the internet gives us sleepy kitty videos and pictures of beagles yawning.

I can understand what Igloo is saying, but that bitch needs to realize the real world is just as ugly. The other day I was walking down the street and some random trash passed me and hissed “You look fat in that coat.” At least if that happened on Twitter, I could have hissed back something truly devastating, rather than just standing there saying “Yeah…well…” until I realized I was talking to myself.

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