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Iggy Azalea wears engagement ring to iHeartRadio Awards amid cheating drama

Published 04/04/2016

Iggy Azalea
Iggy Azalea

Iggy Azalea seems to have declared where she stands on her troubled relationship with fiance Nick Young.

Rapper Iggy Azalea seemed to indicate at the iHeartRadio Music Awards on Sunday (03Apr16) her engagement to athlete Nick Young is still going strong despite rumours he cheated.

Last week (ends01Apr16) a damning video clip recorded by the professional basketball player's Lakers teammate D'Angelo Russell in December (15) leaked onto the Internet, and in the footage, Nick appears to be confessing to cheating on Iggy with a teenager last summer (15).

But despite the high-profile infidelity embarrassment, the Fancy hitmaker seems to have made a decision to keep working on repairing her relationship with him, as the 25-year-old Australian star sported her engagement ring while walking the red carpet at the iHeartRadio Music Awards, held at The Forum in Inglewood, California.

While speaking to E! News at the ceremony, Iggy didn't address the scandal directly, but the musician did admit she is dealing with a "turbulent 2016" by choosing to "worry about your own thing" instead of getting caught up in the drama swirling around on social media.

Just days ago she hinted at plans to dump Nick if there is any proof of his indiscretion.

After a Twitter user claimed to have video evidence of the encounter late on Wednesday (30Mar16), Iggy responded, "If there's proof of cheating, she'd be doing me a favor to post it actually. I'm not tryna marry a cheater (sic)."

Iggy became engaged to Nick on his 30th birthday in June (15), and she previously revealed they had decided to postpone their wedding plans until after her upcoming tour.

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