Iggy Azalea has promised her fans that she has “improper shit” coming up in her works, and it appears she is prepared to create headlines later this week.
The New Classic rapper provided the news in a tweet on Tuesday (January 10), in response to a request for new music from a fan.
“Music?… summer. Scandalous shit?… Friday,” Azalea wrote.
Prior to the rapper’s arrest during his trial with Megan Thee Stallion, the Australian native had already caused some controversy when she was recently linked to Tory Lanez. Although she never denied the reports, they didn’t hide from them either and provided more gasoline for the fire <strong>Date of Tory Lanez’s Sentence Delayed Due to Change in Legal Team</strong>by uploading pictures of one another on Instagram.
When thanking Azalea in the description of a post where he displayed a present he had received in honor of his seventh studio album, Sorry 4 what, Lanez referred to Azalea as “baby girl” in October.
Before that, they left comments on each other’s social media page and were seen out to dinner in Miami over the summer.
Iggy commented on the rumors in response to a blog post by Tasha K
who suggested she was abusing her relationship with Playboi Carti in order to spend time with Lanez by neglecting her son. She made no explicit statements about their relationship.
“I’m not having a family meal with anyone so that’s why I don’t get why it’s even a comment to begin with, like why/how is my son even a topic for her? Weird af,” she tweeted. “Clearly, I know Tory. We met in 2018 because we both write music in studios.,”
“Who I spend time with in private whether it be professionally, romantically or platonically isn’t something I need to give the internet updates on. My private life is not your business. Stop asking.”
Lanez announced plans to executive produce the upcoming studio album by the Australian rapper in October.
“The first FEMALE URBAN ALBUM I will EXECUTIVE PRODUCE will be @IGGYAZALEA Next Album!!!” Tory Lanez wrote. “I’ve been wanting to EP a FEMALE ARTIST’s ALBUM for a while… I want to RAISE THE BAR… On the BEATS, PRODUCTION & OVERALL EXPERIENCE of FEMALE ALBUMS… this is going to be fun.”
In response to people saying she shouldn’t be working with Tory, Iggy issued a tweet of her own.
“You’re all very welcome to speak your opinion freely about me… just as long as we all have an understanding: you are having a monologue & not a discussion with me – because (respectfully) my bills remain paid without your two cents,” she wrote.
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