Iggy Azalea ‘Work’ & ‘Black Widow’ Confession? Instagram Responds To T.I. Comments [NEWS]


T.I.

has revealed information about his relationship with Iggy Azalea and their work together on tracks like “Work” and “Black Widow.”

“I mean initially, like at hello, I saw just an undeniable, tenacious will to dominate,” T.I.

recently revealed in an interview on the Oprah show.  “I knew upon meeting her that, you know, with the proper application of skill and an adequate amount of strategy, that she would have an ability to go where no one has ever gone and do things that no person has ever done.” Iggy Azalea’s “Black Widow” track is “arguably the worst song on the top 10 right now,” Mic wrote in a recent review.  “The song is bad for a multitude of reasons, but it is especially offensive because it’s almost identical in theme and sound to Katy Perry’s megahit ‘Dark Horse,'” the website writes.  “It also fits the model of Azalea’s other hits so exactly that the music video is practically the same: Just as ‘Fancy’ was modeled on Clueless, so too is ‘Black Widow’ modeled on Kill Bill.” Iggy Azalea and Nick Young have moved in together at their new Los Angeles mansion, but the couple is also allegedly working on a number of joint ventures together, Today reports.  “Growing up I always wanted to be married and have a family, and it’s difficult.

I ask [my parents] every day how they do it.

It’s a process,” Nick Young said during a recent interview, according to the site.

“Me and Iggy just bought a house.

We’ve been getting really close lately.

I’ve never been with somebody like this.

So, I’m taking it as a challenge.” The couple was spotted on a date on Sunday, the Daily Mail reports, confirming speculation the “Black Widow” singer and rumored boyfriend would be moving in soon.

Snoop Dogg revealed earlier this week that he is not interested in working with Iggy Azalea–this comes days after the “Black Widow” singer experienced an embarrassing lip sync technical difficulty.  When asked if he would work on a new track with her, the rapper recited a line from Big Sean’s “IDFWU” track: “I aint f**kin’ wit’ you,” he said, according to BET.

“You little stupid a** b***h, I ain’t f**kin’ wit’ you.”     

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