Iggy Azalea Butt Enhancement Rumors Continue After New Instagram Selfies, Signs New Deal To Create 'Television Content For Millennials'

Iggy Azalea has reportedly enhanced her already sizable butt, according to the Huffington Post. The 26-year-old "Team" singer sparked rumors that she either Photoshopped her butt or had undergone plastic surgery.

Iggy Azalea's recent Instagram pictures have kept her fans awake for several days: they don't know what to believe – whether their favorite rapper used Photoshop to enhance her assets or had undergone plastic surgery on her butt.

Supporters of the former theory point to the fact that Iggy Azalea's left arm has a weird shape on the photo. But there are far more supporters of the latter theory, who accuse the "Team" singer of having undergone plastic surgery.

They back their claims by saying Iggy Azalea's waist cannot be so tiny in size compared to the size of her butt. The news comes several weeks after the singer addressed plastic surgery rumors in a preview trailer to her upcoming appearance on MTV's Wild 'N Out.

In the clip, Iggy Azalea said she is aware that everybody is wondering how much of her booty is real.

"Myself, my cast mates, and every dude in here would really like to know how much of that booty is really real."
But Iggy Azalea quickly avoided answering her own question by saying people don't need to be "worrying" about the butt that is above their "weight class." In the past, the singer admitted she had undergone nose work and had her breasts enhanced, but she has never confirmed nor denied butt enhancement plastic surgery.

During one of her appearances on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Iggy Azalea defended her decision to go under the knife, saying that it was her personal choice to do so. She said it's up to everyone, man and woman, to make "an informed decision."

"And if you want to change something, then that's up to you."
Iggy Azalea has just signed a television deal with NBC Universal amid her music career struggles, according to the Sydney Morning Herald. The "Fancy" singer is going to try herself at developing TV content for millennials.

With her music career taking a turn for the worse, Iggy Azalea has just inked a TV deal with studio Universal Cable Productions, which will give her a platform to make her television content for millennials.

Iggy Azalea has also enlisted Wilshire Studios, which is behind various reality shows such as Fashion Police. That means that a reality show about the singer's life could also be in the works. It's yet unclear whether Azalea is developing a scripted or unscripted TV show, and whether it'll be shown on regular TV or mobile.

While there has been no indication that Iggy Azalea could also star in the show, the content will be centered around such topics as social justice and empowering younger women.

In a statement shortly after inking the deal, Iggy Azalea revealed that she has always aspired to create television content.

"Creating television that is reflective of my generation has always been an aspiration of mine."
Iggy Azalea's music career and reputation have been damaged by her homophobic and racist remarks over the past few months. But it didn't stop the singer from winning a seat on the judging panel on the next season of Australia's The X Factor.Iggy Azalea's upcoming album, Digital Distortion, which is set to be released on August 26, has already seen the release of single "Team," which hasn't been all that successful in the charts.

In June, Iggy Azalea canceled her engagement to NBA player Nick Young after reports of his infidelity surfaced on the internet. Earlier this week further reports surfaced online claiming the rapper owes nearly $300,000 to the U.S. tax department.

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