Rapper Iggy Azalea, who on Sunday confirmed she had split with Nick Young due to trust issues, has now revealed that she did not kick Nick from the house and neither did she tow his car. She further stated that it was she who moved out of the house and not her ex because "the home belongs to Nick".
A day after she announced she had moved on from the NBA star, there were scores of reports claiming that the Australian model "kicked" her ex-fiance out of the house and towed his car in the aftermath of the couple's separation and pictures (such as the one shown above) started flooding the social medias as part of the 'evidence' of the reports.
The 26-year-old then took to Twitter herself to clear the rumors as she said, "I never had anyone's car towed nor did I kick Nick out of "my" house. The home belongs to nick, I am the one moving. Thanks."
I never had anyone's car towed nor did I kick nick out of "my" house. The home belongs to nick, Iam the one moving. Thanks.
— IGGY AZALEA (@IGGYAZALEA) June 21, 2016
Furthermore, on Tuesday, the NBA star was spotted touching base via auto to the home he once shared with Iggy.
The 31-year-old looked fairly sullen in the driver's seat of his silver Range Rover while entering his gated property in a Los Angeles suburb.
Earlier, a video, which was leaked online, showed Nick telling his teammate D'Angelo Russell that he had cheated on Iggy with a teenager back in March.
Since then, there have been many reports claiming that the couple was on the verge of separation and it was just a matter of time before it was going to be made official. But it was in April when the pop star was spotted without her engagement ring, the rumors started going full ablaze.
Iggy, when asked about the missing ring at that time, said, "He doesn't deserve for me to be wearing his ring right now. We're not engaged, but you have to do some work to [see me] put the ring back on."
The celebrated couple had been engaged only for a year - more precisely since June 15th.