Los Angeles Lakers point guard, D'Angelo Russell, reportedly taped Young -- his teammate -- 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.
"Hmmm I see D'Angelo Russell is trending... I actually liked his film. Thanks bro," Azalea tweeted on Wednesday.
In the dimly lit video, a man reported to be Russell asks Young, "You was 30 and she was 19?" referencing a woman at a club. He also asks if he ever tried to be with model Amber Rose, to which Young replies, "No, she knows my girl."
Russell, 20, is now being "isolated" by his Lakers teammates, according to ESPN. Various Lakers officials are aware of the issue and are allegedly "dismayed" with the rookie, the sports outlet reports, but haven't chosen to intervene.
However, a source told ET on Wednesday that "all is good now" between Russell and the team.
"The players have known about this video for a week now, and were more upset about it last week when it first surfaced," the source says. "All is good now. They have worked everything out. Russell is not isolated from the rest of the players. Russell was at the team breakfast in Utah the other day before their game, and in the locker room today with the other players."
Young hasn't commented on the video, although he did post a few cryptic tweets a day after the video surfaced.
"I'm planning my wedding, [but] actually moved my wedding 'cause I have to tour, so my wedding plans are changing," she told Ryan Seacrest on his KIIS-FM radio show. "It was going to happen at the end of the year, but now I have to go to work, so we'll probably have to wait until the end of the next basketball season to do that. So, that kind of is a bit sucky, but it's alright."
"He's like, 'I can be a bachelor for longer,' and like, he's really milking it, he's really milking the whole thing," Azalea joked. "So, he's really happy. Any time he wants to go out with the boys, he's like, 'This is my last summer being a bachelor!' So, he likes that. He can milk it for longer with me, so he's excited."
"Hey, that's part of being a basketball player. There's always something," the Australian rapper said during her appearance on 92.3 AMP Radio's Shoboy In the Morning. "When people come out and say things and have their entire press routine, where they're like, 'Now I'm going to do 700 interviews about the one time you cat-called me out of a car supposedly,' to me that takes a bit of the potential authenticity of the story away. I believe my man, and Nick is a super nice guy. It's just not really the kind of thing he would do."