Iggy Azalea buys new home after split

IGGY Azalea has bought a new house following her split from Nick Young.

The 'Fancy' hitmaker is in the process of overhauling her life after she caught her then-fiancé cheating on her but it seems she's keen to wipe clear any memories she has of her former lover by setting up home elsewhere and putting her own stamp on the interiors.

Taking to her Twitter account, she said: "Can't wait to get home & get started on fixing up my new place. I've been annoying Adam and Guy talking about carpet all week hahaha (sic)."

The 26-year-old rapper moved out of the home she shared with Nick in Tarzana, California, late last month after she caught the NBA cheating on her with a mystery woman on their home CCTV.

It was initially thought the blonde beauty had kicked the 31-year-old sportsman out of the house after she learnt of his infidelity but she later rubbished the claims and revealed she was the one actually moving out.

She said at the time: "I never had anyone's car towed nor did I kick nick out of "my" house. The home belongs to nick, I am the one moving. Thanks. (sic)"

And following their split, she discovered that his ex Keonna Green is pregnant with their second child and they rekindled their romance in September 2015, just three months after he proposed to Iggy.

Iggy and Nick began dating at the beginning of 2014 and got engaged in 2015, but their romance was rocked earlier this year when the 'Team' hitmaker had to suffer the indignity of a video leaking online which showed Nick admitting to his Los Angeles Lakers teammate D'Angelo Russell that he had cheated on her.

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