Far removed from the days of the East Coast-West Coast rap rivalry, Snoop Dogg now handles his beef like a middle schooler, on Instagram. After Snoop posted photo memes calling Azalea ugly and comparing her to Marlon Wayans' character in White Chicks, the Australian rapper dismissed TMZ's claim that she was "fuming mad" and appeared to be mostly confused, claiming that Snoop has always been nice to her in person and sends his bodyguards to ask her for photos "every time we are at shows." In true gangsta fashion, Snoop retaliated by posting more memes.
Snoop Dogg and Iggy Azalea
Katy Perry and Taylor Swift
Martha Stewart and Gwyneth Paltrow
Lifestyle guru Stewart snarked first in this feud, lashing out at actress (and aspiring lifestyle guru) Paltrow passive-aggressively and then less passively, stating, "If she were confident in her acting, she wouldn't be trying to be Martha Stewart." Paltrow responded, sarcastically admitting that she was "so psyched" Stewart saw her as competition, and hiring Stewart's former CEO to run her lifestyle brand, Goop.
Stewart seems to have regained the upper hand in November's issue of Martha Stewart Living, however. By titling an article about pie flavors "Conscious Coupling," the domestic diva dispenses dessert tips while also throwing shade at Paltrow's awkwardly phrased separation announcement. Set your kitchen timers for Round Three!