Don't mess with Iggy Azalea -- or her curves!
The "Beg for It" rapper appears topless inside the new issue of Schön! magazine, a London-based glossy, and although she says everyone on the staff was "really nice," she's not too happy with the final product.
Azalea, 25, took to Twitter on Wednesday to share her thoughts on one of the Photoshopped pics from her risqué spread.
After a fan tweeted out the original photo -- calling it Azalea's "best shoot by far" -- the Australian native quickly replied, showing the original version side-by-side with the one the outlet chose to publish.
"Love it, but I much prefer the picture before they photoshopped my thighs and hips to seem skinnier," she explained, later telling another fan she had "no clue" why the magazine decided to make her look slimmer, but she's "very happy" with her "body the size it is and prefer[s] it that way."
"I dont want to be rude to them," she added. "Everyone was really nice. I just... like being 155pounds. lol."
"I dont really want to make some thing of me bashing a magazine or making trouble," she concluded. "I showed you guys what was up and thats it."
@sighzach i dont really want to make some thing of me bashing a magazine or making trouble. i showed you guys what was up and thats it.— IGGY AZALEA (@IGGYAZALEA) March 17, 2016
Despite the intricate editing, Azalea appears to be a fan of the other photos from her steamy shoot, judging by the myriad of picture posts she re-retweeted.
The original tweets she shared from her fans all had one thing in common -- the fire emoji to describe Azalea's hot poses and barely-there ensembles.
Another Photo of Iggy Azalea for Schön Magazine. 🔥 pic.twitter.com/K2H953BM5E— IGGY AZALEA DAILY (@IADaily) March 17, 2016
Iggy Azalea for "Schön Magazine" 🔥 pic.twitter.com/BG1qQ8T4W0— IGGY AZALEA DAILY (@IADaily) March 17, 2016
The "Work" singer has never been shy about addressing controversial issues or defending herself on social media.
Earlier this month, Azalea chatted with Elle Canada, where she revealed she wishes she could "memory-erase" 2015 and all the drama that surrounded her. At the same time, however, she said she is "really glad that it all happened," because it brought a lot of change to her life -- in a good way.
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