Mullum rapper Iggy Azalea bounces back by showing nipples

MULLUMBIMBY rapper Iggy Azalea is back in the spotlight again - this time for flashing her nipples in her latest music video Change Your Life.

The new video and the new ruckus comes only a few months after Azalea, 23 - whose real name is Amethyst Kelly - was criticised for using a Bollywood theme in the video for her song Bounce.

The criticism over the Bounce video followed accusations she trivialised black culture in the United States by describing herself as a "runaway slave master" in the song DRUGS.

The UK's Daily Star and Mirror both raved about Azalea's look with references to her "perfectly formed assets" and "incredible figure" respectively. 

The Daily Star also praised Azalea for defending "small boobies" and for refusing to upload a "clean" version of the video to YouTube.

The attention is a far cry from the attacks that followed earlier releases and fits within the raunchy style used by Azalea in other videos.

It might also help make up for failing to pick up a gong at last month's MTV Video Music Awards, despite picking up a nomination for the video for her song Work.

Topics:  iggy azalea music

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