It seems no-one is safe anymore as Iggy Azalea becomes the latest female celebrity to face threats regarding an alleged sex tape, after she retaliated online to comments made about her by music rival Azealia Banks.

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Iggy Azalea under fire yet again

A Twitter account belonging to someone claiming to be a part of anonymous has suggested that they have a sex tape featuring Iggy Azalea in their possession and threatened to unveil images from it upon the world if she did not apologise for making comments about Azealia Banks. The feud between the two artists - which already existed before this situation took place - was made worse when Banks told Hot 97 in an interview that Azalea was essentially misappropriating black culture.

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In response, Azalea took to Twitter to blast the criticism in a series of brutal takedowns. 'Special msg for banks (sic): There are many black artists succeeding in all genres. The reason you haven't is because of your p**s poor attitude', she wrote. 'Your inability to be responsible for your own mistakes, bullying others, the inability to be humble or have self control. It's YOU! you created your own unfortunate situation by being a bigot and don't have the mental capacity to realize yet. Probably never will. 

'Now! rant, Make it racial! make it political! Make it whatever but I guarantee it won't make you likable & THATS why ur crying on the radio (sic). Enjoy continuing to bang your head against that metaphoric brick wall & Savor this attention. I'm the only way you get ANY. You're poisonous and I feel genuinely sorry for you because it's obvious at this point you are a MISERABLE, angry human being. Regards!'

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Unfortunately, this wasn't the 'msg' the would-be hackers wanted to hear and a Twitter account named @TheAnonMessage responded with a profanity laden threat. 'We have so much s**t on you, your scandal would be bigger than Bill Cosby's', they replied. 'You are guilty of misappropriating black culture, insulting peaceful protesters, and making light of Eric Garner's death ... You have exactly 48 hours ... to release a statement apologizing to @AzealiaBanks and the protesters in NYC.'

Oh yeah, that was the other thing. "Anonymous" and Banks weren't happy that Azalea hadn't made any kind of comment over the New York protesters and the situation surrounding Eric Garner's killing. She later waved away the negativity, suggesting (quite rightly) that there were other ways to support the campaign rather than ranting over Twitter. Whose side are you on?