Iggy Azalea’s cultural appropriation tendencies have been a hot topic since the Australian rapper burst onto the scene with her debut album The New Classic.

Saturday Night Live recently decided to shed some comedic light on the situation with a sketch called “The Iggy Azalea Show.” 

Within the segment, Kate McKinnon impersonates Iggy, while Jay Pharoah plays T.I.

After telling her audience that she’s “in a new feud erryday” she brings out one of her “top feud friends” Azealia Banks (Sasheer Zamata), who expects to receive an apology.

Instead, Iggy wants to collaborate on a song.

Her fictional mentor and older cousin, Rafty Jones, also makes an appearance for a bit titled “Tip Hops” where he explains how influential guns, lists and booty talking is to the genre.

Before the sketch ends, Iggy premieres a new track called “Money Ass,” over the actual “Black Widow” beat.

The real Iggy performed on the late-night live television sketch comedy show in October 2014.

Check out the sketch below:

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