Iggy Azalea says that twerking is no longer cool.

“Sometimes things become part of pop culture,” Iggy Azalea says of the popular dance move during an interview with Vanity Fair, “but they run their course. I think it’s time for it to be over.”

The “Fancy” rapper discusses how the song changed her life and that she has to remind herself of her humble upbringing. To illustrate her point, she reveals that she now has a shoe deal with Steve Madden, but growing up she had a single pair of shoes for two years.

“The leather would wear off and I would color them in with a marker to keep them looking black,” Azalea says. “I’m doing a shoe collaboration with Steve Madden now—when I first came to America I thought the Steve Madden brand was the pinnacle of high fashion, because the shoes were $200. And I thought, ‘Who the fuck has $200 to buy shoes?’”

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