Iggy Azalea won’t leave the room until she’s shattered everything inside.
The rapper is wearing big construction gloves and a hard hat with a protective plastic shield across her face, standing inside a space that looks like a Law & Order interrogation room gone bad. Along the wall rest a sledgehammer, two baseball bats, and two crowbars. She requests Outkast’s “Bombs Over Baghdad” to blast over the speakers—“That’s a good smash song.”
She warms up by hurling some glasses (shot, pint, mason jar), one by one, against a diamond-plated steel wall—until, apparently over it, she just chucks a whole bunch at once. She attacks a clunky office printer, picking it up and unceremoniously dumping it onto the floor. Then there’s a big flat-screen TV. Turns out, breaking a television into itty-bitty pieces is way harder than it looks. Iggy hits it with a crowbar several times before she realizes it’s not going to happen. But it is going to happen. She wedges the pointy end of the crowbar into a crack on the screen, separating thin black layers of glass until the display is totally, definitely gone.