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Iggy Azalea laughs off her feud with Papa John's pizza

26 February 2015, 09:00

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Los Angeles - Iggy Azalea has ended her feud with Papa John's pizza.

The 24-year-old singer, who threatened to sue the company after a delivery boy gave out her phone number to his friends and family earlier this month, insists they have buried the hatchet, but is thrilled that she can now avail of free takeout from its rival, Pizza Hut.

She said: "I've been talking to Pizza Hut - heyyy! I'm a VIP member now. so they've sorted me out, so we'll see."

The Australian star posted a rant on Twitter after the incident because she felt the delivery boy's supervisor didn't adequately address the situation when she complained.

But she told On Air with Ryan Seacrest on his KIIS-FM radio show: "It's all good. It's over! I'm not, like, trying to sue anyone over pizza!"

The blonde beauty claims Papa John's senior vice president also offered her free pizza, but insists she was only trying to make sure the employee was properly disciplined for invading her privacy.

The Fancy hitmaker said: "I was like, 'Everyone's trying to give me free pizza and I don't want free pizza! This isn't about free pizza! I'm totally cool...' I just wanna know that you're taking this seriously!

"I'll pay for the pizza. I just don't want that guy to give me the pizza ever again!"

- BangShowBiz


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