UPDATE: Shortly after these photos went public, Iggy Azaela clarified on Twitter that she's the one moving out. "I never had anyone's car towed nor did I kick Nick out of 'my' house," she clarified. "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
PREVIOUSLY: Iggy Azalea and Nick Young are definitely over.
After Azalea announced her split from the pro basketball player on Sunday, the 26-year-old rapper decided to rid herself of his things a day later, moving his belongings to her driveway. Large items included chairs and a table, as well as several frames.
She also got Young's vintage 1962 Chevy Impala towed on Monday.
Azalea initially gave the car to 31-year-old Young as a Christmas gift in 2014.
Meanwhile, in a new commercial for Foot Locker, Young's Los Angeles Lakers teammate, 20-year-old D'Angelo Russell, pokes fun at his scandal in March concerning the former couple. Russell reportedly taped Young talking about other women he has been with, including a 19-year-old he met at a club last summer. Young was reportedly unaware he was being taped.
Russell dispenses some pointed advice to LSU's Ben Simmons -- who's expected to be the number one NBA draft pick on Thursday -- in the new TV spot.
"Got a phone?" Russell says as Simmons hands it over. "Trust me," he cracks as he chucks the cell phone into the ocean.
Although Azalea initially stood by her then-fiance after the alleged cheating scandal, in her Instagram message announcing their split, the "Fancy" rapper admitted to having issues trusting Young. "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," she wrote.
In late March, Russell expressed deep regret about the leaked video.
"I feel as sick as possible," Russell said during a press conference. "I wish I could make things better right away, but I can't."
"I take full blame for recording the video and doing that, but leaking the video wasn't me," he stressed. "I have no clue how that got out… I'm owning up to it full effect and just taking what comes with it."