Iggy Azalea headlined the “Good Morning America”; summer concert series on Friday morning, but in a series of subsequent tweets reveals she’s not happy with the way her songs were broadcast, with some parts of the audio apparently muted to censor certain words deemed unacceptable for daytime television.

These, however, weren’t from George Carlin’s famed list of seven dirty words you can never say on television, but were words such as “trigger,”; “gun”; and others which are apparently taboo on “GMA.”;

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“I never cussed on GMA,”; Azalea tweeted, lamenting that there are “SO many taboo words.”;

//platform.twitter.com/widgets.jsShe added: “So I guess that’s why they felt they needed to mute like half my songs on TV… Which is fine, it’s their show.”;


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