Iggy Azalea has claimed Kanye West as well as other rappers have no problem with her style, despite being heavily criticised by some hip hop fans.
The Australian rapper has had to deal with a backlash from fans of the genre for not being authentic enough as her rhyming voice is different to her speaking one.
In an interview with The Guardian, she said: "It would have been hard for Kanye West to fathom that anyone would want to have such a conversation with me.
"He is embedded in this world, he is not looking in on it from the outside.
"You know, I just read the Keith Richards autobiography and I thought it was so interesting when he pointed out that no American blues musicians ever accused the Rolling Stones of ''imitating'' their sound - but people were writing that stuff about them back in England."
Azalea has made the point that it's the people who write bout the music or are not in the music industry that have been attacking her, not her fellow musicians.
The Fancy rapper also told The Observer newspaper's New Review: "You know the funny thing, I have never had any musician tell me that I wasn't authentic for being white and Australian. Not one."