Iggy Azalea recently received some friendly advice from Canadian synthpunk muscian Peaches regarding the rapper’s crowd surfing problems.
The “Fantasy” rapper recently revealed that she had to stop jumping into crowds during her shows because of the horrible things people do to her body. Since some folks seem determined to violate Azalea while she’s surfing across a sea of fans, Iggy said she had to stop it altogether.
In a recent post on her official Facebook page, Peaches pleaded with Azalea not to stop crowd surfing simply because some people are deeply deranged perverts. Instead of letting them prevent her from doing something she enjoys, the musician encouraged Iggy to dispense a little street justice to these crude offenders.
“Iggy Azalea do not stop stage diving and crowd surfing because people are trying to get into your pants. Do what I do. Call them out! Grab their fingers and break them! Don’t let idiots rule! Take a stand! Take action right there!” Peaches wrote.
The Inquisitr previously reported that Iggy Azalea had to quit crowd surfing because some fans were weirdly obsessed with “fingering” her during the shows. Since the rapper is afraid of what might happen these days, she cut out this part of her performances altogether.
“It’s funny because we were talking about how [on] my tour, I’m only doing like 2,000-seaters but I still have to have barriers, even if it’s like 200 people, because people try to finger me,” she explained during a recent interview.
Azalea added, “I will get lurk tweets for like a week before my show, like ‘I’m about to go to the Iggy Azalea show and I’m going to finger her,’ and I’ll see it and be like, please don’t! That’s a violation.”
Peaces isn’t the only person coming to Iggy’s defense these days. New Zealand singer Lorde recently lashed out at Complex magazine after the publication gave Azalea’s new album a bad review. In Lorde’s opinion, the outlet shouldn’t put artists on the cover if they intend to give their records negative write-ups.
The singer explained:
“Bugs me how publications like complex will profile interesting artists in order to sell copies/get clicks and then shit on their records? it happens to me all the time- pitchfork and that ilk being like ‘can we interview you?’ after totally taking the piss out of me in a review. have a stance on an artist and stick to it. don’t act like you respect them then throw them under the bus.”
What do you think about the advice Peaches recently gave Iggy Azalea?
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