The Aftermath: Iggy Azalea on Obama and Jay-Z, N's in Paris, and Rihanna and Chris Brown

by Yahoo Music 4:53 mins

Iggy Azalea literally takes over Yahoo! Music's The Aftermath to talk President Obama's Jay-Z quote, Chuck D's problems with Jay-Z and Kanye using the N-word, and Rihanna and Chris Brown.

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