"They were following me and I pulled my car over and I said to them, 'We have to find a way to co-exist together, because I'm not moving out of L.A. and neither are you,'" said Iggy.
During her confrontation, Iggy was less calm. In the video Iggy is heard telling the photographers, "Being a musician doesn't give you the right to sneak into a supermarket and take photographs of somebody buying eggs. That's not a public space, it's private. You're inside a store taking pictures of people. It's not OK. It's not cute. And next time, I will have people with me that will do something to remove you."
A source told ET that what we saw in the video is only a small amount of the six hours of alleged antagonizing Iggy experienced from this paparazzo.
At the CBS Radio We Can Survive concert, which benefited breast cancer awareness organizations and also featured Pharrell, Gwen Stefani, Arianna Grande and Jennifer Lopez, Iggy was in a much better mood, especially after being joined on-stage by J. Lo to sing "Booty."
She was even talking up collaborations Taylor Swift, who was also at the event. "I kind of have a bit of a crush on [Taylor Swift], because she's been very badass lately and I feel like we would make a good team," said Iggy.
Watch the video to see more Iggy and also hear what Pharrell had to see about signing on for another season of The Voice.