T.I. and Iggy Azelea
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T.I. ended Snoop and Iggy Azelea's feud for free

T.I. CLAIMS "there is no retainer necessary" after he mediated a truce between Iggy Azalea and Snoop Dogg.

The pair began a bitter feud when Snoop, 43, claimed the 'Black Widow' hitmaker looked like an Albino African/American woman, accompanied by an image, prompting Iggy to describe him as "an a**".

However, a relatively brief phone conversation between Snoop and T.I. - Iggy's manager - brought the feud to a swift conclusion.

Asked what he did to bring about peace between the pair, T.I. told TMZ: "There is no retainer necessary [to help mediate a peace]. I mean, I just got to know both parties involved and have an equal amount of passion for both sides."

Despite the high-profile nature of the feud, T.I. explained that it didn't take a lot for Snoop to extend his apologies.

Questioned on what he and Snoop spoke about on the phone, the 34-year-old rapper said: "It wasn't a whole lot, man. It was just, 'Hey how you doing? What's going on big dog?'And the rest of it was just... [the apology was] what Snoop felt was necessary."

The 24-year-old Australian star accepted Snoop's apology last week shortly after he posted a video declaring a truce between them on Instagram.

Speaking at the time, Snoop said: "I just got off the phone with my homeboy TIP, the king of Atlanta. It's officially over. No more bad talk. I apologise. I apologise, I'm sorry. I won't do it again."


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