Los Angeles - Iggy Azalea has moved out of Nick Young's home following their split.
The Australian-born rap star announced her separation from the NBA basketball player on Sunday and is now making arrangements to get all of her stuff out of his California property.
Initial reports stated that Iggy, 26, had asked Nick, 31, to move out but it is in fact the Fancy rapper who has to relocate.
In a Twitter post, she revealed: "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. (sic)"
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
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 and Nick began dating at the beginning of 2014 and got engaged in 2015, but their romance was rocked earlier this year when the Team hitmaker had to suffer the indignity of a video leaking online which showed her ex-fiancé Nick admitting to his Los Angeles Lakers teammate D'Angelo Russell that he had cheated on her.
Iggy announced the break-up on her Instagram account and cited the loss of trust in the relationship as the reason for the split.
She wrote on the social media site: "Unfortunately although I love Nick and have tried and tried to rebuild my trust in him - It's become apparent in the last few weeks I am unable to.
"I genuinely wish Nick the best. It's never easy to part ways with the person you planned you're entire future with, but futures can be rewritten and as of today mine is a blank page. (sic)"
Just minutes later Nick confirmed the sad news by simply writing on his Twitter account, "Single".
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