Erykah Badu Apologizes To Iggy Azalea In A Video Clip

And the Twitter-verse can't get enough.

It seems only Erykah Badu can share a video apology and spark a good deal of laughter while doing so. 

The singer-activist held a Twitter Q&A session with her followers Monday using the hashtag #AskBadu, and addressed her Iggy Azalea criticism when asked by a user, "why you do iggy like that." 

In case you missed it, the inquiry is referring to Badu's comment at the 2015 Soul Train Music Awards that Azalea's music is "definitely not rap." The Australian artist responded on Twitter, saying her "2014 accomplishments" were being discredited. 

But Badu's laughter-induced apology -- that she said was for her daughters, who listen to Azalea "all the time," was met with a lot of laughing emojis and praise on Twitter.

One follower even suggested that Badu consider politics. 

Azalea also got wind of Badu's apology and, in turn, offered the singer's daughters free tickets to her upcoming tour.

It seems the Badu-Azalea conflict has settled down -- but Badu hasn't. The singer recently released a highly anticipated new mixtape, "But You Caint Use My Phone."

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