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Iggy Azalea and French Montana jet off to Mexico

Published 29/08/2016

Iggy Azalea
Iggy Azalea

The Australian star has previously dismissed talk of a romance with French.

Rappers Iggy Azalea and French Montana have reignited rumours they are dating after jetting off for a group vacation in Mexico.

The Fancy hitmaker first became linked to French in June (16), when they were spotted partying together in Las Vegas, where Iggy was hosting a club night.

The pair danced together and shared drinks during the Sin City outing, but Iggy later insisted they had simply been celebrating the completion of a new song.

"We're (just) collaborating," she told E! News. "I've got another single coming out with French Montana, so we recorded it while I was in Las Vegas last week. It should be having a music video filmed to it in the next few weeks."

Despite denying any romance, Iggy has continued to raise questions about how close she really is to French after the Pop That star documented their latest get-together on social media on Saturday (27Aug16), when he shared a photo of the pair and four friends, as they prepared to board a private jet.

It's since been revealed they have escaped to Cabo San Lucas for a little getaway, and in one video clip filmed on their plane, Iggy is featured dancing in the aisle and playing along as French tries to rest his head on her pert backside.

The two musicians have yet to comment on the renewed relationship rumours, but they are no strangers to having their love lives played out in public. French previously dated reality star Khloe Kardashian, while Iggy broke off her engagement to basketball player Nick Young in June (16) amid allegations of his infidelity. The claims were proven soon after their separation when the athlete's ex-girlfriend Keonna Green, the mother of his son, Nick, Jr., confirmed she was pregnant with the Los Angeles Lakers star's second child.

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