As E! News recounts, things initially got heated between the rappers after Snoop posted a photo on Instagram of a man in cornrows who appeared to have albinism and made a crack comparing her to a photo of Azalea without makeup.
At first, Azalea hit back with an unflattering photo of Snoop Dogg and the caption, "When your drug addict aunt gets clean." However, she soon deleted the jab -- and a number of other tweets.
"Why would you post such a mean pic on insta?" the Australian performer ultimately replied. "I'm disappointed you'd be such an a-- for no reason."
Yet on Tuesday, Snoop was at it again -- despite the fact that, as E! points out, October is National Bullying Prevention Month. He posted one photo of himself in the controversial "Todd" white guy character getup he created at the end of the summer. "Snoop Dogg & Iggy Azalea Beef!?" read the message on the photo. "So says Todd cool out lil sis he was only jokin Sike. Ub----u!!" he wrote. In another photo, he combined photos of himself and his new nemesis with an X between them, writing, "And u were saying?" on the image.
He didn't stop there. "Ok last one," Snoop promised. "Hahahahaha I didn't make this s--- up I jus post smoke n chill Hahahahahahah. So says Todd." The photo that followed featured Azalea as Marlon Wayans' character from the movie, "White Chicks." A fake "White Chicks 2" promotional poster featuring Azalea's face followed.
"Ok last one n Imma leave the b---- alone!! Hahahahahah So says Todd," he wrote in yet another Instagram riff on Azalea as a character from the spoof flick. The text on the meme read, "How Iggy Azalea was when Snoop Dogg put her on blast," above a photo of Wayans' character looking distressed. Snoop then demanded to know if Azalea was "finished," noting that he had "a lot more where that came from."
For her part, Azalea was finished -- almost. "Ima be the bigger man in this situation and leave it be," she tweeted. But before letting the beef go, she retweeted a number of her fans' messages about the situation.
"@IGGYAZALEA is stating facts & being the bigger person, even though she's being dissed by one of the rap greats. Kudos seriously," read one retweet.
Finally, Azalea summed up the feud: "Its like the guy that asks for your number," she tweeted, "and then says you ugly and a b---- when you say no ..."
Snoop Dogg, whose Instagram sometimes contains friendlier messages and photos (like those pics from the wedding he crashed in Chicago), has also been known to frustrate his neighbors with his "smoke"-induced antics.
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