Iggy Azalea told her fans not to call her Becky, as people continue to wonder who the “Becky” is in a track off Beyonce‘s new album Lemonade.

Iggy Azalea Is Not ‘Becky’

Azalea was dragged into the Lemonade controversy this week when she replied to a follower on Twitter, writing, “dont ever call me a becky.” On Lemonade track “Sorry,” Beyonce sings, “He only want me when I’m not on there / He better call Becky with the good hair.” The timing of Azalea’s tweet made people think that she was dissing Beyonce’s song, but the Australian rapper claimed that her response had nothing to do with the singer or her album.

“[Becky] was used as a play on brain and brian. you would not be down if i started calling all black men ‘deshawns,'” Azalea tweeted, explaining that “Becky” has been used as a catch-all name for white women. She added, “And by the way, this is not bey shade. i love her and the album. but my name is iggy, and you will all call me that.”

Azalea later wrote, “do you know how many time ppl have called me BECKY? it didnt have any kind of positive intention behind it. dont start,” adding, “Generalizing ANY race by calling them one sterotypical name for said race. i personally dont think is very cool, the end. [sic]”

When a fan pointed out that Azalea wasn’t referring to Beyonce’s song but to a fan who had called her Becky, the rapper replied replied, “It’s not clickable if you say it how it is, is it?”

Much has been said about the “Becky” line in “Sorry,” but most has had to do with figuring out the true identity of said “Becky.” It’s been speculated that it’s designer Rachel Roy (who some mistook for celebrity chef Rachael Ray), and some thought that it could be British singer Rita Ora. As of yet, it remains a mystery who the “Becky” is that Jay Z may have cheated on Beyonce with, or if there even is one at all.

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