This Iggy Azalea Song Is The New US National Anthem, Sorry!

Oh say can you see that the Iggy-aissance is upon us, whether you want it or not?!

Iggy Azalea, one of Australia's most successful 2014 trends, has been enjoying somewhat of a mild resurgence lately, spending her time online trolling Australia's sweetheart Guy Sebastian, and promoting her upcoming album, 'In My Defence'.

Still, nothing could've prepared this baseball stadium for the emotional whiplash they got from rising for the national anthem, only to hear the opening lines of 'Kream' by Iggy, featuring Tyga (Kylie Jenner's ex, remember?).

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"Please rise for the national anthem," said the announcer.

The video, focused on the American flag blowing gently in the wind, then captured a gorgeous moment, as the stadium was filled with the sound of Iggy rapping: "Open up the safe, bitches got a lot to say".

The next line, which is "pussy in your face, that'll put you in your place" was mostly drowned out, partially by the sound of scandalised Americans clutching their pearls and gasping in horror, and partially by the sound of an alarm, probably sounded to censor the lyric.

Following that, there was a real record-scratch moment as the song switched over to the actual national anthem, but the footage found its way onto Twitter, and the song is now going viral on Twitter and Tik Tok as a result of the mishap.

Seeing the video on Twitter, Iggy replied that she's "cackling", while fans of Iggy and/or chaotic mayhem are tweeting that "Kream" is the new American national anthem, at least until further notice.

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