1.4 C

Iggy Azalea: Rapper shares completely nude photos on Instagram



All lovers of Iggy Azalea will indeed be thrilled as she releases some completely nude photos. It’s one of those days when your favourite celebrities set social media on fire with nude photos as Iggy Azalea goes completely nude on Instagram.The rapper took to her Instagram page on Friday, August 3, 2018, where she posted a number of nude photos. Fans and admirers of the music star will definitely be thrilled at her raunchy photos.Even though it looks like the photos where for a fashion brand, Iggy will be making a lot of people see the product she is actually trying to sell.  This is not the first time Iggy will be going completely nude on social media to advertise a fashion brand. ALSO READ: Amber Rose goes topless in new photosPhotos of Iggy Azalea completely nude will blow your mind Back in June 2018, Iggy Azalea blew the minds of her Instagram followers when she shared some completely nude photos. Amethyst Amelia Kelly popularly known as Iggy Azalea took to her Instagram page on Tuesday, June 12, 2018, where she posted a number of revealing photos. Trust us when we say Iggy is one sexy lady and taking off her clothes shows that she really is doing a lot to appeal to her fans. In one of the photos, she captioned it with the quote “Sometimes all you need is a good pair of heels.” We all know nobody is going to be looking at those shoes with a photo like that.

…..Read directly from source

Subscribe to our magazine

━ more like this

Accept old naira notes, Oyebanji urges Ekiti banks

Ekiti State Governor, Biodun Oyebanji, has appealed to residents to continue to accept the old and new naira notes as means of transactions in...

NSCDC seizes 150 drums of Cameroon-bound petrol, arrests two

The Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps in Akwa Ibom on Saturday said it seized 150 smuggled drums of petrol and arrested two suspects...

Inability to spend old N500, N1,000 notes disappointing — Osun residents

Residents of Osogbo in Osun State have decried their inability to spend the old N500 and N1,000 denominations in spite of the Supreme Court’s...


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here