Iggy Azalea is back in the music business after a short break: "If I can't have peace, neither can you."
After her last album, End of an Era, came out last year, the rapper had planned to stop making music for good and work on other creative projects.
If Iggy Azalea falls, she will take all of her critics with her. The Australian rapper announced on Twitter on Monday that she's coming back to the music business early, even though she released what was supposed to be her last album, End of an Era, last year.
"A year ago, I was ready to quit music because I was sick of all the bad vibes it brought," she wrote. "But what I've learned is that you guys are going to be negative and nosy even when I'm minding my own business. So if I can't find peace, you can't either. I'll be back. Weep over it."
Azalea is now happy with the chaos. Before the album came out last year, she told fans, "Shifting my energy and focus to what I'm most excited about is what's right for me, and I hope you'll continue to support whatever creative projects I'm out here doing."
But the rapper never got too far away from the music business. She's currently on the road with Pitbull, opening for his Can't Stop Us Now summer tour.
She seemed happy to leave it all behind for a while, telling Billboard, "I guess I just want to be known as a pioneer." I tried out a lot of different sounds, so think of me as someone who isn't afraid to try new things and try different things. All I wanted to do was make a world for some kid at home and help them imagine themselves in that world. That's what I want to leave behind."
Now, she's giving herself more time to improve her legacy and make fun of everyone who couldn't leave well enough alone.
Azalea wrote on Twitter, "They can only be mad at themselves." "Shoulda left me be. Now I'm being a spoiled Gemini."