Azalea continued, ".@PapaJohns was my favorite pizza but the drivers they use give out your personal phone number to their family members."
Papa John's tried to apologize for the confidentiality breach by lightheartedly referring to a lyric from one of her songs.
"@iggyazalea #We should have known better. Customer and employee privacy is important to us. Please don't #bounce us!" the pizza chain wrote.
The “Fancy” rapper did not think it was funny and continued her Twitter rant against Papa John's and made some good points about how her information was being handled.
"When an employee steals information it's called data breach. It's illegal. There are steps a corporation is supposed to follow afterward," she wrote. "They don't include tweeting out song lyrics to the customer making the complaint, it's really unprofessional. I want a real answer.”