Iggy Azalea Accepts Nick Young Cheating On Her
Iggy Azalea has finally reacted about a video evidence of fiancé Nick Young cheating on her. The artist does not care and accepts it as part of loving a basketball player.Advertisement
No, she did not decide to call their engagement off. Speaking on 92.3 AMP Radio, she said it’s “part of being a basketball player,” the “Two Times” artist exclaimed. “There’s always something.”
Either she believes Young did not cheat on her despite the video or she thinks it’s fine to be cheated on, as long as it’s by a basketball player.
Weird, though, because fellow NBA teammates reacted strongly to the video than Azalea! Reportedly, Young’s teammates are icing out D’Angelo Russell for tricking Young into admitting he’s cheating on the “Fancy” singer.
A source told ESPN that no Laker would eat with Russell on the same table. When Russell came into the locker room and sat next to guard Lou Williams, the latter even got up and walked away, the source revealed.
“It’s bad,” another team source told ESPN.com’s Ramona Shelburne. “It’s about as bad as it can get. There were trust issues already. Now there’s no trust.”
It all started on March 24, when celebrity site Fameolous uploaded a 30-second video to Twitter showing Russell cajoling the 30-year-old Young into admitting that he is fooling around with a 19-year-old, which is bad, considering he and Azalea are already engaged. There is also a YouTube video of the whole thing.
In the slightly longer version of the video uploaded on YouTube, Russell can be heard telling Azalea’s fiancé, “I’m glad you told my video all that.” To which an obviously shocked Young replied, “Huh?”
Amid several reporters’ prodding him to comment about the issue after being cornered at the end of a shoot-around on Wednesday, the 20-year-old point guard opted to remain mum.
“Nope, nothing to talk about,” he responded, as he immediately turned his back and directly headed to the team’s locker room. While Azalea has nothing to say about Young’s cheating, she did thank Russel for the video, sarcastically of course.