Iggy Azalea Speaks Out on Nick Young Cheating Rumors: 'Nothing Is Black and White in Life'

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Iggy Azalea is holding nothing back when it comes to cheating rumors against her fiancé, Nick Young.

The NBA player was unknowingly taped by his teammate, D'Angelo Russell, talking about being unfaithful to the 25-year-old rapper and the recording was later leaked online. At the time, Azalea tweeted, "Hmmm I see D'Angelo Russell is trending... I actually liked his film. Thanks bro."

Now, responding to a Twitter user claiming to have video proof of Young's infidelities, the "Fancy" singer said, "If there's proof of cheating, she'd be doing me a favor to post it actually. I'm not tryna marry a cheater."

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"I mean, it's not really tea. It's just common sense," the rapper added, when another fan asked why she was suddenly opening up about her relationship. Azalea later noted, "Nothing is black and white in life. every situation is different depending on the circumstance."

So, what's up with her relationship at the moment? "Nothing really. I'm chillin for now," she revealed.

One thing Azalea did want to make clear is that Nicki Minaj was not the one to leak the tape -- a rumor that sprung from the rappers' past beef. The "Team" songstress called it "foolishness" and said, "ANY way to twist ANYthing into two females supposedly hating one another."

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Russell, who was apparently "isolated" by his Los Angeles Lakers teammates after the video went viral, though sources told ET that "all is good now," spoke about the incident during a press conference on Wednesday, admitting he feels he put Azalea and Young's relationship at risk.

"We joked around, played around all the time, said crazy things. This just got in the wrong hands," the NBA player explained. "It wasn't a prank. It wasn't for anybody else to see. It was for my eyes, his eyes only. I've reached out to him, talked a little bit. I let him know my apologies. I don't know if they were accepted."

Find out what else Russell had to say about the recording in the video below.