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Iggy Azalea’s fiancé has public meltdown

Published 14/09/2015

Nick Young and Iggy Azalea
Nick Young and Iggy Azalea

Iggy Azalea’s future husband Nick Young found himself embroiled in a situation so extreme last weekend, a police helicopter was called to the scene as backup.

The 25-year-old Change Your Life rapper and the 30-year-old professional athlete, who plays shooting guard for the Los Angeles Lakers NBA team, announced their engagement in June.

But despite the fact he is marrying the love of his life soon, it seems Nick found himself in a state of extreme distress Saturday night.

TMZ has obtained video footage of Nick cursing out a member of his entourage outside of a Dave & Buster’s restaurant in Los Angeles.

“Everywhere we go, bruh. Everywhere we go,” Nick screamed at the top of his lungs to the unidentified friend. “Shut up b***h!”

The athlete was also captured on video throwing a water bottle while yelling, seemingly aiming at the person he was angry with.

It’s claimed he was incensed because his friend got into an altercation while they were all trying to have a good time inside the venue. Nick supposedly accused his mate of instigating unnecessary drama.

The incident was so extreme, the Los Angeles Police Department was called to the scene and officers felt the need to bring in a helicopter for backup.

A spokesperson for the LAPD confirmed to Us Weekly magazine police “responded to a disturbance” at Dave & Buster’s, but were unaware Nick was involved in the situation.

“Additional officers were requested and helicopters showed up as well,” the spokesperson added. “But nobody was arrested, nobody was detained.”

It seemed Nick had every intention of having a good time that night, as ahead of the outing he posted a smiley photo on Instagram of his posse writing in the caption: “Squad”. The happy image has since been deleted.

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