Iggy Azalea‘s paper-thin, braless shirt is causing a hoopla. The 30-year-old rapper was busy repping West Coast hip-hop on her TikTok over the weekend, with a jam-out to Eric Bellinger ft. Too Short’s “9 lives” now seeing her prove she’s got her own nine lives. A dangerous choice of wardrobe brought the “Fancy” rapper’s killer curves as she flashed hints of her post-partum “baby waist,” but fans aren’t focusing on the new mom’s snapback. Iggy is getting comments on the shirt – and she’s responded. Check it out below.
Scroll for the video. Iggy, who welcomed son Onyx earlier this year with rapper boyfriend Playboi Carter, had been filmed at home and jamming out to a genre she knows well – hip-hop. The Grammy nominee was flaunting her scultped abs and cleavage as she mouthed along to the beats, seen in an unusual, color-printed, and graphic white shirt basically held together by a tiny chest clasp.
“Felt kinda cute,” Iggy wrote as her 2.3 million followers got the Australian rocking a tongue lick for extra effect.
Keep scrolling for the video. A comment quickly racking up likes made a beeline for the skimpy wardrobe, with the fan writing: “Too much trust in the shirt.”
Iggy, who has been all about the lowered clothing of late as her slipped-down bathrobe this month revealed an allergy nobody knew about – lash glue – has now responded to the comment. The Fashion Nova partner replied, writing:
“I mean I wasn’t doing a handstand or anything crazy.”
The fan who wished Iggy “was” doing a handstand has yet to get their wish. Click here for the video – scroll for the insane bikini body.
The real action has been over on Iggy’s Instagram, where a body that gave birth under six months ago has been dropping jaws – and, seemingly, sparking accusations of plastic surgery. Iggy was dubbed an “easy 10” earlier this year as she posed in floral-print bikini for the Fashion Nova label she fronts, later returning in a headline-making orange one, complete with orange hair and a “baby waist” caption.
Iggy has kept one thing very much real, though. She’s admitted she’s a “lazy b-tch” amid the global pandemic.
Iggy, fresh from celebrating nine years since her first mixtape, has also been making headlines for addressing how she’s doing during the COVID pandemic. Earlier this month, when fans complained that signed albums weren’t arriving in the mail, the rapper blamed the pandemic, then stating how she feels.
“Not gonna lie, sometimes I feel demotivated as hell,” Iggy tweeted, adding: “I’m not saying that stops me from doing anything. I’m just saying I’m a lazy b-tch.”
Iggy’s latest hit comes as her “DWNL” collab with artist Tinashe.