Fans Want Iggy Azalea's Billboard Music Award Taken Away

(Radio.com) Iggy Azalea didn't exactly have a smooth Billboard Music Awards this month. First the star came under the microscope when the Internet speculated she got plastic surgery, with her rival Azealia Banks leading the charge. "Never let the same doctor who did your butt do your nose. Your nose will come out looking like a butt…. I promise," Banks tweeted.

Now Azalea is being criticized once again--though this time though the stakes are higher. Some people are not happy that the Aussie rapper walked away with the Top Rap Song Billboard Music Award for her hit collaboration with Charli XCX, "Fancy," to the point where they've started a petition to have it taken away.

So far over 17,000 people have signed. While that might sound petty, the petition may have some validity. It turns out that "Fancy" was technically released a month before the eligibility period began. "The eligibility time period for nominations is March 10th, 2014 through March 2015," the petition states. Read more here.

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