After spending some time in Australia, the 26-year-old rapper was spotted at the LAX airport in Los Angeles on Thursday, and when asked about her relationship drama with former fiancé Nick Young, her reply was quite epic.
Though she wouldn't respond to reporters asking her to describe the NBA pro in one word, she did explain "what's next" when it comes to what she's looking for in her next boyfriend. Her response?
"Someone without kids," she exclaimed, flashing a smirk and nodding her head.
She's of course referencing the recent rumors that Young is expecting a child with his ex-girlfriend and former high school sweetheart, Keonna Green. The two are already parents to a 4-year-old son, Nick Jr.
As ET previously reported, the 31-year-old L.A. Lakers player allegedly had a secret affair with Green while he was still engaged to Azalea.
Azalea called off her engagement to Young last month, and since then, she hasn't been shy about bringing light to what she claims really happened behind the scenes. The Australian native took to Twitter, alleging she caught Young cheating on her in the home they shared.
"I broke up with Nick because I found out he had brought other women into our home while I was away and caught them on the security footage," she wrote. "This is just like a second shot to the chest. I feel like I don't even know who the hell it is I've been loving all this time. People in this world really are f**ked up."
Amber Rose quickly came to her defense via Instagram, sharing a photo of Azalea surrounded by roses accompanied by a supportive message.
"My heart goes out to you," the 32-year-old model captioned the snap. "I have been through heartbreak as well so I know what ur going through. Stay strong and keep ur head up. My Rosebuds and I support you and we think ur AMAZING!!! Not only beautiful but extremely talented!"
"The great thing is it's the beginning of the summer and now you can be a hoe! Lol," she added. "Date a bunch of hot guys and give yourself some new cool options. #NoCuffingSeason."
Earlier this month, Young attempted to tell his side of the story through a series of messages posted to his Twitter account. "If you perfect then be perfect," he shared. "I live in a world where ppl f**k up learn from it and move on …"