Iggy Azalea and Kesha ignore controversies by horse riding
Iggy Azalea put the week's scandal behind her as she enjoyed a day of horse riding with Kesha on Wednesday (06Apr16).
The Fancy rapper was hit with fresh allegations her Los Angeles Lakers player fiance Nick Young had been unfaithful in March (16) when a video was leaked online showing him confessing to cheating on her.
Iggy was also forced to deny reports she owes authorities $391,000 (£275,000) in unpaid taxes earlier this week (beg04Apr16).
But the star took her mind off any controversies on Wednesday as she joined her singer pal Kesha for a spot of horse riding.
She posted a shot of the pair and their steeds on Twitter, writing: "Me and the very funny @KeshaRose on defender and biz! #FreeKesha."
Iggy's hashtag was a reference to Kesha's recent court case against her record label Sony and Dr. Luke, which she launched in 2013 when she filed a claim that the producer physically and emotionally abused her.
Dr. Luke denied all allegations and filed a countersuit against the 29-year-old and her mother Patricia.
The most recent development in the case saw a judge dismiss Kesha's appeal against the decision that she must honour her contract with Sony.
Her attorney Mark Geragos had compared the situation to "slavery", which Judge Shirley Kornreich refuted as she denied the appeal.
Kesha did her utmost to forget about her legal troubles as she enjoyed some equine adventures with pal Iggy on Wednesday.
When one fan commented on the picture that Iggy and Kesha weren't "stressing sh*t" about the scandals, Iggy replied: "What’s there to even stress over?! Lol!"
Iggy had previously hit back at allegations of Nick's infidelity, telling a Twitter user "nick and i are good babe" after they offered to help Iggy clear his belongings from their house.
After another person weighed in and called the rapper "tragic", she replied, "When youre (sic) grown and actually build a life with someone you might understand... yeah, thats life... youll f**k up in your own ways too, relationships are hard work (sic)."
- Cover Media