Los Angeles, April, 29 (CINEWS): She did in any case, elucidate that she was just scrutinizing the verse and not Beyoncé herself. Rapper Iggy Azalea took to Twitter on Monday night to censure Beyoncé’s utilization of the negative white women stereotype “Becky” in her new collection Lemonade that her fans have been obsessing on.
As indicated by Dailymail.co.uk, “Don’t ever call me a ‘Becky’,” she tweeted, alluding to the way that the word is utilized to portray “a generic white woman with straight hair”. She tweeted to another client, “Do you know what number of time people have called me ‘Becky’? It didn’t have any sort of positive aim behind it. Try not to begin. Summing up any race by calling them one cliché name for said race. I for one don’t believe is extremely cool, the end.”
She did notwithstanding, clear up that she was just criticizing the lyrics and not Beyoncé herself.