Days after Iggy called Lorde's tribute to Nirvana "inappropriate," she took to Twitter to scold the media for painting her comments as a slam against the "Royals" singer.
"I consider lorde my very talented friend," she wrote on Monday (June 9). "I find it ironic 2 girls tell the media theyre full of sh-- & weeks later supposedly I dislike her."
In her cover story, Iggy told the magazine that she didn't think the New Zealand-born singer should have been included in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame tribute -- one that united her with Dave Grohl and Krist Novoselic as well as Joan Jett, Kim Gordon and St. Vincent -- because "Lorde is not Kurt Cobain's peer."
But, as she clarified on Monday, that doesn't mean she has something against Lorde herself.
"My opinion on the makings of a touching musical tribute wasn't meant as some back door way to take a dig at her or the performance she gave. sorry if it came across that way, it's not what I intended & I feel genuinely bad about it because I still think lorde is an awesome chick," she added. "And I just don't want to world thinking I don't support the girls, because I do! Anyway I'm off to paint my kitchen! Lots of love."