Thursday, December 4, 2014

Igloo Australia

To those who already are in the know, this is a reference to the pop singer, Iggy Azalea.  To some, it's readily apparently why that nick name instantly stuck, and even began to trend on Twitter.

I don't harbor any ill will towards her, but it's clear that her actions have upset many women - I know this for a fact as my wife will readily attest.  But more than just women, Iggy has upset other famous celebrities, including Snoop Dogg, with a recent beef spread across social networks a couple months ago.

The reason for this seems to be that she's a phony.

She, along with Kayne, headline the 'Made in America' tour, sponsored by the recently foreign acquired company, Budweiser.  We all know that Iggy isn't made in America at all.

So perhaps that is why Iggy has reached iconic status now as a cultural pariah. A great example of which was last nights South Park episode which, which took aim at music celebrities once again. 

Clearly, being a celebrity can have both it's ups and down-undas.