Snoop Dogg apologized for his insensitive tweets but not before his daughter Cori, Iggy’s boyfriend, Nick Young and her mentor and record label boss, T.I weighed in.
After an escalating series of nasty tweets between Iggy Azalea and Snoop Dogg, Snoop has posted an Instagram video in which he apologizes for his behavior.
According to the video, Snoop talked to the rapper T.I., Azalea’s mentor (whom Snoop graciously refers to as “the king of Atlanta”). Snoop then declares “no more bad talk” and apologizes, though he doesn’t manage to keep a straight face as he does it, and he doesn’t mention Azalea.
It’s over I’m bac on my cool shit no harm no foul. #ifitaintaboutthemuch love @troubleman31t respect sorry bout that
The Twitter battle between Snoop and Iggy continued to expand Wednesday (Oct. 15), incorporating a couple of related parties: Azalea’s boyfriend, Los Angeles Lakers player Nick Young, and Snoop’s daughter Cori Broadus. Young came to his girlfriend’s defense with a couple of dismissive tweets about Snoop:
Snoop’s daughter didn’t seem particularly happy about the situation either.
Damn my dad is playing IGGY
— Cori Broadus (@IamCoriB) October 15, 2014
Snoop has been very active on Twitter this afternoon, and seemed to become more apologetic not long after instagramming an image that read “weed time.” He subsequently tweeted:
The tweet was accompanied by an Instagram photo of James Franco asking, “Why Can’t We All Just Get Along?” Snoop then spoke with T.I. and issued his apology. T.I. apparently called him to order on the phone.
Iggy, 24 has been all the while, mature about this than the much older Snoop, 42. She never traded mean words with him even as he threatened her life for speaking up to defend herself (meanwhile, there’s no particular reason Snoop ‘verbally’ attacked Iggy).
Iggy accepted the apology and tweeted again for everyone to forget about it and concentrate on positive things. Talk about being so mature for your age!