Iggy Azalea's diva attitude extends beyond her feud with Britney Spears
Is it a full-on feud between Britney Spears and Iggy Azalea?
All signs point to yes. The two have been seemingly throwing shade at each other on Twitter in recent weeks, ever since Iggy blamed Britney for the total flop of their collaboration song and video, "Pretty Girls." Now, however, sources are telling Us Weekly the fight between the two stars began long earlier: when they were shooting the video.
"Iggy was difficult with respect to direction of [the] video. Everyone just got fed up and didn’t want to deal with it. Britney, being a veteran artist, was tired of arguing," one source said. The really interesting thing? That source told the magazine that Britney signed onto the song after Iggy's people asked her to.
But a second source contradicted that, saying, "'Pretty Girls' was Britney's song and video but Iggy totally took it over as if it was hers. Iggy ordered everyone — including Britney — around as if she was directing the video."
That source said Iggy was overbearing when it came to choosing the song's artwork. The first source said the art was "mutually agreed upon," but that Iggy demanded the song be re-released as a collaboration (she's shown as "featured" on the track).
What's more, the second source reportedly said Iggy chose Britney's outfit for the pair's performance at the Billboard Music Awards. The first source contradicts that, too, saying, "[Britney] chose her Billboard outfit and would never wear something she didn’t want to wear."