The beef between Snoop Dogg and Iggy Azalea may be over, but it looks like the 'Black Widow' rapper might be starting a new one -- this time with the Australian division of her record label.

According to a series of tweets earlier today (Oct. 16), Iggy called out the label for selling a photo taken during an old Complex magazine photo shoot to Maxim Australia without consulting her first.

The photo Iggy is referring to is a shot in which she's wearing a metallic gold one-piece swimsuit that only covers her lady parts. The image was featured in Complex's 10th Anniversary issue in 2012.

The same photo is used as the cover image of Maxim Australia's Hot 100 list -- Iggy has topped the magazine's list. The only difference between the images is the background color. It's gold in Maxim while Complex uses a light blue.

While Maxim Australia did use the image, Iggy doesn't blame the magazine but only wishes she could could have done a proper shoot with them.

Her record label and Maxim Australia have yet to comment on the matter.

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