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Iggy Azalea 'settles sex tape scandal'

Published 10/07/2015

Iggy Azalea
Iggy Azalea

Iggy Azalea has reportedly settled her sex tape drama with ex Hefe Wine by writing him a small cheque.

Last year her former lover Hefe Wine claimed he owned a sex tape they'd made together and that he had legal rights to sell it.

According to him, 25-year-old Iggy signed an agreement in 2009 that gave him the right to "manufacture, sell, distribute and advertise 'any' recording embodying visual images".

The contract was regarding music videos, but Hefe insisted he would only need to record music under the footage in order to sell it.

Now TMZ reports the rapper has settled the drama with a small cheque to Hefe. It's unlikely to have left a big dent in her pocket, as sources say: "He couldn't even get a Honda Accord out of it."

It's claimed Iggy was keen to put the problems behind her so she could focus on her upcoming wedding to basketball player Nick Young, who proposed last month.

And it seems the blonde musician is keen to exorcise all her past lovers, as she also headed to the Epione Cosmetic Laser Center in California earlier this week to cover up a tattoo dedicated to her ex A$AP Rocky.

The tribute consisted of the words "live", "love" and "A$AP" written on her fingers.

Iggy and A$AP split up in July 2012 and in March the following year she revealed she'd had the tattoo "crossed out". She met Nick in November 2013 and it seems now they're all set to tie the knot.

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