The rapper had a tax lien placed against her to the tune of $391,056.55 for unpaid income taxes from 2014 -- the year her album, The New Classic, was released, which contained the hit singles "Fancy," "Black Widow," "Work," and "Change Your Life."
Although the 25-year-old singer isn't staying quiet about the news. In a series of messages on Twitter
, Azalea argued that the lien document, which ET has obtained, has been reported out of context and that she's been paying the IRS on a monthly basis.
"Peep the way when one thing happens media scrambles to keep adding on to the storyline, like a soap opera. #IggyNovela," Azalea wrote.
"The IRS gave the option to pay them monthly or lump sum. i picked monthly, who wouldnt?" she tweeted.
She continued to say that she made the deal with the IRS two months ago and that the media attention regarding her taxes was "not even accurate" and is a result of desperation.
"Its like writing 'iggy pays a mortgage on her house every month!' and trying to make it a story," she added. "Its not a story. lol."
"[The media] are trying to make it into something now because they were hoping some more nick mess would happen and now that it hasnt and its getting boring they need 2 create something else," Azalea continued. "Its super corny, but i know the way it works this time around and its expected."
Azalea perhaps summed up her emotions about the tax lien news best when she tweeted, "*sits in dream house, f**ks dream man, wears dream clothing, drives dream car, lives dream life* baaaaiiiii lol."