First things first, she's the realest?
Say what you will about Iggy Azalea, but she lived up to her word on Wednesday's episode of "Watch What Happens Live." The Australian rapper stopped by the clubhouse to promote her new single "Team," but her refreshingly candid answers to host Andy Cohen's probing questions proved to be far more newsworthy.
The soon-to-be Mrs. Nick Young spilled the tea on just about everything, including her "beef" with Britney Spears, that Macklemore name-check, her much-discussed plastic surgery, and where she stands with Nicki Minaj.
Watch the highlights of the interview below:
On her rumored feuds with celebs A-Z:
"I read his interview and he was like, ‘I should have called!’ You should have and you still didn’t, so what’s up with that?" she told Cohen about Macklemore using her name as an example of white privilege on his new album. "I don’t think it was, like, intended as a diss but at least I would have been prepared when the headlines came out."
On the state of Nicki Minaj and Iggy Azalea:
"I have just as many people on my writing credits as she has on hers, so I don’t think there's ... I would know I write mine," Azalea said addressing Minaj's thinly veiled diss at Azalea for not writing her own raps. "If she writes hers, I believe her too, but you can’t look at the credits and be like, ‘Oh, look at this massive difference.’ It’s the same number of people on both."
On lunch with Britney Spears at her house:
"They came and checked my place to make sure I wasn't trying to stash anything weird and, like, give it to her, or something," Azalea told Cohen about how Britney Spears' team screened her house before Brit came over for lunch.
On why she was so open about her plastic surgery:
"I think if you’re going to do something that, like, obvious and everyone has seen what your nose looks like before," she revealed about her decision to go public with her plastic surgery. "Some people are like, ‘It’s contouring.' It’s like, yeah, contouring with a chisel."
Azalea truly held nothing back, but hey, at least she warned us.