Iggy Azalea is doing her part to remind folks what America went through from 2016 to 2020 while former president Donald Trump was running the Oval Office.
In a pair of tweets she shared Saturday (December 11), Iggy seemingly blasted social media trolls and outspoken critics who’ve become early proponents of President Joe Biden’s administration, despite the fact the former Delaware state senator and his cabinet have yet to hold their control of the White House for a full year.
“I really hate to get political but can we shut the fuck up with the ‘I regret voting Biden’ commentary cause ya gonna blink and that orange will be back running for presidency,” she remarked in the first initial tweet. “It’s so fuckin disappointing to see y’all think it’s an edgy take.”
While encountering one of those aforementioned regretful voters in her mentions following her first tweet, the New Classic rapper rolled up her sleeves and brought her Twitter fingers to her timeline.
“We all collectively agreed that ‘please just don’t make it any worse’ was worth a vote and in that regard it’s been successful,” Iggy stated. “Can we please not forget how terrifying & stressful the last 4 years were for so many people because of that man.”
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Even though Iggy Azalea has firmly made it clear she’s not and was never was feeling Donald Trump’s chaotic presidential term, numerous heavyweight Hip Hop figures have surprisingly publicly given their vote of confidence in the 45th Commander-in-Chief.
In March, Kodak Black, who was granted a presidential pardon in 2020, revealed he dreams and has feelings about Donald Trump.
“Had a dream bout trump last night,” he tweeted. “I love dat n-gga.”
Meanwhile, controversial West Coast-based artist manager Wack 100 labeled Donny “straight gangster” in January for handing out a pardon to Lil Wayne — who was facing up to 10 years in federal prison.
At least Snoop Dogg would be proud of Iggy Azalea for riding with Biden, considering he ousted Trump as a racist amid his 2020 re-election campaign.