Iggy Azalea's ex-fiancé Nick Young has broken his silence on allegations that he was unfaithful to the rapper during their engagement.
The "Fancy" rapper confirmed the end of her relationship with Nick last month, a year after the basketball player popped the question. And on June 30, the Australian claimed on Twitter they had broken up after she discovered her fiancé was cheating on her.
"I broke up with Nick because I found out he had brought other women into our home while I was away and caught them on the security footage," she wrote on Twitter, adding the discovery had led her to question their entire three year relationship.
"This is just like a second shot to the chest," she continued. "And I feel like I don't even know who the hell it is I've been loving all this time... People in this world really are f**ked up."
Now Nick, 31, has spoken out in response to the 26-year-old's claims, taking to Twitter to share his thoughts on the situation.
If you perfect then be perfect I live in a world where ppl fuck up learn from it and move on ...— Nick Young (@NickSwagyPYoung) July 2, 2016
"If you perfect then be perfect," he wrote on Friday night. "I live in a world where ppl f**k up learn from it and move on …(sic)"
A few minutes later he added: "That's life hate me or love me I’m still going to love life man."
Rumours of the sportsman's infidelity first arose in March, when Nick was unknowingly taped by his teammate, D'Angelo Russell, talking about being unfaithful to Iggy, with the footage eventually leaking on the Internet.
While the couple soldiered on for a few more months, Iggy took to Instagram on June 19 to confirm they had in fact called time on their relationship.
"Unfortunately, although I love Nick and I have tried and tried to rebuild my trust in him - It's become apparent in the last few weeks I am unable to. I genuinely wish Nick the best," she wrote. "It's never easy to part ways with the person you planned you're (sic) entire future with, but futures can be rewritten and as of today mine is a blank page."