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If you’re looking for your daily does of messy, you’ve come to the right place. Last night (Nov. 14), Bhad Bhabie and Iggy Azalea attended Cardi B’s Fashion Nova launch party in Hollywood. Early into the night, the 15-year-old redhead decided to throw a drink out of the blue at her senior.

And hallelujah there is footage:

It’s honestly a bit anticlimactic. Bhabie threw the drink from miles away, before being held back by her own security. Later on Instagram, the teen explained her actions in a series of posts on her Instagram story. “Bye broke bich,” she wrote. “Bye hoe. Glad u left wit a bag cuz u certainly ain’t making no money from music anymore. It’s simple. Don’t talk all sorts of shit on the internet n come up to me like u my friend. Some of these hoes like u fake n 2 faced as fuckk vbut I’m NOT that bich.”

This isn’t from the first time Bhabie instigated acrimony with her predecessor. In her “Hi Bich” remix, the Florida teen calls Iggy out directly: “Bitch don’t compare me to Iggy/That old ho is washed and I’m lit/Wouldn’t pay her to wash up my whip.​”

In response, Iggy attempted to take the moral high ground, though tbqh it’s not that impressive to restrain yourself from fighting a child.

Iggy went on her own Instagram story while driving home to prove how unfazed she was by the incident.

“Yo, I’m driving home, so I have to look at the road, but I’ve got a long drive so I want to say this while I can before I forget. I get that this little girl has made a name for herself acting a damn fool on television and online, but I’m a grown-up. I’m not about to waste my energy on that shit or be fighting a kid in a club. Come on,” said Azalea in an entirely too long reply. Remember, Iggy is 13 years older than Bhabie. “I came to get a check. I left with a check. You left with your bags stuffed over there and you look silly. I’m not going to be scrambling around on the floor for a 15-year-old girl on the internet. I have to laugh. I don’t know. I just think people want clout really bad. Mama, good luck with your career. You’re young. You’re going to look back on this and you’re going to really feel dumb. I just think that shit’s lame as hell, but maybe it’s ’cause I’m a grown-up.”

 

READ MORE: Complex.com

Article Courtesy of Complex

First Picture Courtesy of Dennis Van Tine/Future Image and WENN

Second Picture Courtesy of FayesVision and WENN

First through Third Video and Third through Ninth Picture Courtesy of Instagram and Complex

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