She’s got one less, one less problem.
Iggy Azalea cancels the one performance she had left.
After a string of mishaps, it appears the people have turned their back on the Australian rapper. Azalea announced the cancellation of her Great Escape tour last week blaming complications from losing Nick Jonas and Tinashe as her opening acts as the reason (some venues only sold at 20% capacity), and now, Iggy’s axed yet another show: this weekend’s June 14 performance at Pittsburgh Pride.
Unfortunately, Iggy’s past came back to haunt her. Years ago she Tweeted unkind words about the LGBTQ community, leading to an anti-Azalea movement and other acts backing out because of her presence. Ironically enough, she announced the news via Twitter:
A message to Pittsburgh pic.twitter.com/Jm6ZyX0Xyc
— IGGY AZALEA (@IGGYAZALEA) June 9, 2015
Although the Tweets to blame are since deleted, their remnants remain very alive on the Internet and included:
“When guys whisper in each others ears I always think its kinda homo” and “wondered why my **** felt like it was about to grow legs, flip me off & walk away. then I remembered i played soccer yestrdy w 5 dyke *******.”
Do you think Iggy should be held responsible for something she said years ago and regrets? Or is it too little too late?