Elle Canada Heats Up With Iggy Azalea Cover, Talks Rap And Rivalry

Elle Canada Heats Up With Iggy Azalea Cover, Talks Rap And Rivalry
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Iggy Azalea has graced the cover of Elle Canada for its April issue, pulling some sexy poses and lifting the lid on all her regrets from 2015.

The issue, which hits newsstands in the Maple country on March 4, features the Aussie rapper rocking a range of looks, as well as getting her to spill on her feud with Azealia Banks, the delivery guy from Papa John’s and people who criticised her nose job.

“If I could, I would Men in Black memory-erase 2015, I totally would—that would be amazing!” she told Elle Canada.

Iggy said her spat with Azealia in December 2014 was what started it all, and that it was “personal” and not a dismissal of the Black Lives Matter movement.

“We don’t like each other on a personal level, and that has gone on for many years—before the Black Lives Matter incident happened,” Iggy told the glossy mag.

“So when I dismissed her, people started to think that I dismissed the whole movement, but I wasn’t trying to dismiss Black Lives Matter—I was trying to dismiss her because it’s our personal shit.”

Iggy also said she wishes she “hadn’t gotten into a fight with Papa John’s” after a delivery guy handed out her phone number, and she rejected the pizza chain’s public apology.

The star also defended her decision to have cosmetic surgery, saying, “In 2016, people should be more accepting of the fact that both famous and non-famous women are having cosmetic procedures”.

You can check out some of her snaps from the mag here:

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