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Iggy Azalea's ex becomes a dad again

Published 28/10/2016

Nick Young and Iggy Azalea
Nick Young and Iggy Azalea

The rapper dumped basketball star Nick Young in June (16).

Iggy Azalea's former fiance Nick Young has welcomed his second child.

The Fancy rapper dumped the Los Angeles Lakers basketball star in June (16) after discovering he had cheated on her on numerous occasions.

At the time, rumours suggesting Nick's ex-girlfriend Keonna Green was pregnant swirled, and weeks later, she confirmed the former couple was expecting its second child - a sibling for four-year-old son Nick, Jr.

Green, who is no longer romantically involved with Young, went into labour late on Wednesday (26Oct16) and gave birth to a baby girl on Thursday (27Oct16), according to TMZ.com sources.

The sportsman was present for the tot's arrival after racing to the hospital following the Lakers' win over the visiting Houston Rockets on Wednesday night.

Nick proposed to Iggy on his 30th birthday in June, 2015, less than two years after they began dating.

Shortly after their split, the Australian star took to Twitter to reveal all about her heartache.

"I broke up with Nick because I found out he had brought other women into our home while I was away and caught them on the security footage," she wrote, adding the discovery had led her to question their entire three-year relationship.

"This is just like a second shot to the chest," she continued. "And I feel like I don't even know who the hell it is I've been loving all this time... People in this world really are f**ked up."

Iggy has since moved on from the failed romance and has been linked to fellow rapper French Montana, who she was spotted kissing in August (16) while they vacationed together in Mexico.

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