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Iggy Azalea still 'figuring out' relationship with Nick Young

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Iggy Azalea still 'figuring out' relationship with Nick Young

Iggy Azalea is still "figuring out" her relationship with fiance Nick Young amid speculation he cheated on her.

The Fancy rapper previously told fans online she was "good" with her basketball player beau after a video showing him admitting to cheating on her leaked on the Internet last month (Mar16).

But Iggy, 25, now confesses she is still processing the information as she hasn't had time to properly chat with the 30-year-old while she is travelling across the U.S. on a promotional tour for her single Team.

"I don't know. I'm still figuring it all out. It's still fresh," she told The Bert Show radio host Bert Weiss when asked if she could trust Nick.

The Australian-born star further explained that she has learned to keep quiet on controversial issues, following a number of a Twitter spats last year (15) because how she feels is constantly changing.

"Because when you're in the heat of the moment or things are still progressing or coming out and you're getting new information, the way you feel about things can change really quickly. It can go up and down. I'm just kind of still figuring it out," she shared.

Iggy also admitted to Bert that she couldn't say with certainty if she will marry Nick as planned in 2017, but hopes she will be clearer about her feelings when she gets home.

"It's just something we'll have to figure out later when I actually come home and have time to talk about it," she said. "I don't think it's something you can really figure out when you're halfway across the country, just crazy busy."

The interview, which airs on Wednesday morning (13Apr16), comes just days after she said that although she is not comfortable with infidelity, she let the video scandal "slide this time".

However, during an interview with U.S. radio show Orlando and The Freak she jokingly warned Nick that she would chop off his penis if a similar video surfaces.

- Cover Media