Papa John's Wants to 'Make It Right' With Iggy Azalea Following Privacy Issues

The chain is reaching out to the rapper after a driver gave out her number.

February 9, 2015, 3:23 PM
PHOTO: Iggy Azalea arrives at the 2015 Clive Davis Pre-Grammy Gala on Saturday, Feb. 7, 2015, in Beverly Hills, Calif.
Iggy Azalea arrives at the 2015 Clive Davis Pre-Grammy Gala on Saturday, Feb. 7, 2015, in Beverly Hills, Calif.
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— -- Papa John's trying to "make it right" between the company and an angry Iggy Azalea.

All Azalea wanted was a pizza, but she got unexpected texts instead.

After ordering from Papa John's recently, the rapper said that the delivery driver allegedly gave out her number to a family member, who then texted her.

"@PapaJohns I ordered a cheese pizza but instead I got tons of calls and messages like this one," she wrote Sunday, next to a picture of a text from a relative of the driver, claiming to be a fan who wanted a text back.

She continued, ".@PapaJohns was my favorite pizza but the drivers they use give out your personal phone number to their family members."

Papa John's apologized for the incident, but made a joke, citing 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.

Azalea was not happy with the joke and later on in the night, Azalea wanted to know how they planned to rectify such a breach of privacy.

The "Fancy" rapper also made some good points in her concern 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."

She also mentioned that she might "want to get a new credit card too."

As for the joke, she gave a comparison involving T-Mobile.

Azalea had some sense of humor about it, posted a joke from DiGiorno.

A spokesperson for Papa John's told ABC News, "Privacy of our customers and employees is extremely important to us. Papa John's has taken appropriate disciplinary action with regard to the employee involved. We are reaching out directly to Ms. Azalea and hope to resolve this incident and make it right."

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