Iggy Azalea reveals she is figuring out if she still wants to marry Nick Young
14 April 2016 Entertainment News
Fourth Estate Staff
Los Angeles, CA, United States (4E) – After a video of Nick Young surfaced on the internet talking about meeting girls including a 19-year-old girl in a club, his fiancée Iggy Azalea shared in a new interview that she is still figuring out if she still wants to push through with their marriage.
The video that was uploaded online showed Young and his co-Los Angeles Lakers star D’Angelo Russell. Russell, however, denied the allegations that he was the one who uploaded the video.
Azalea and Young remain to be engaged despite the cheating reports but this is the first time that the female rapper admitted that she is no longer certain about how things will move forward for her and her fiancé .
The rapper was interviewed on “The Bert Show,” which aired on Wednesday morning and she discussed the scandal. She shared, "I don't know. I'm still figuring it all out. It's still fresh. I think last year, the year that I had, has kind of taught me maybe it's best to just wait until it's like a little more past tense before you kind of speak about necessarily how you feel about something."
Azalea added that when one is in the heat of the moment or things are still progressing or coming out and people are just getting new information, the way people feel about things can change quickly. She added, “It can go up and down. So I'm just kind of still figuring it out.”
The host then asked Azalea to assign a percentage to the chance of them staying engaged and getting married in the future. The rapper was honest to say that she could not assign that today as who knows what will happen. She added that she just has to give it some time.
Another reason for the uncertainty is that she is out on her promo tour for her new album “Digital Distortion.” She shared, "I'm out here on this promo tour and I'm kind of just crazy busy now. It's just something we'll have to figure out later when I actually come home and have time to talk about it. I don't think it's something you can really figure out when you're halfway across the country, just crazy busy."