Iggy Azalea: 'There isn't any controversy in my home'
Iggy Azalea has insisted things are "going good" with fiance Nick Young, despite fresh allegations emerging that he cheated on her.
Iggy Azalea insists the controversy surrounding her relationship with Nick Young isn't affecting the couple at home.
The 25-year-old singer and Nick, 30, got engaged last year (15), with the couple originally planning to wed later this year (16) before pushing back the big day due to Iggy's tour. However, last week (ends03Apr16), fresh allegations emerged that Nick had cheated on his wife-to-be, following a video that was secretly recorded by teammate D'Angelo Russell which apparently showed the player admitting to being unfaithful.
Iggy had already denied claims that the cheating story had affected her relationship with Nick, and once again insisted they're "good" as she recorded an interview on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, due to air on Friday (08Apr16).
After being asked about the scandal, Iggy replied: "We’re good. There isn’t (controversy) at home, just on the Internet.”
Ellen also questioned the rapper about how she spent her hiatus from music, with the Australian star replying: "I got engaged. That’s going good!"
Iggy is certainly no stranger to hitting the headlines. Last March (15), Iggy revealed she had undergone a breast augmentation, after previously having a nose job. Her decision to speak openly about the surgery caused controversy, but Iggy insists she is more than happy with her surgical enhancements.
"I’m very happy with it,” she said. “I think it’s a personal choice. Anybody, man or woman, they should be able to make an informed decision. If you want to change something, then that’s up to you. I changed my nose, and I got boobs. I didn’t have boobs before. I just had nipples, now I have breasts. I thought it would be a good addition.”
When Ellen said she hadn't noticed a huge difference between Iggy's nose then and now, the Fancy rapper replied: "Yeah, it was pretty similar. I don’t know if it was worth the backlash. I should change it more."
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