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Iggy Azalea is setting the record straight.
After photos surfaced of a towing company retrieving a blue 1962 Chevy Impala from the celeb's home, the Aussie rapper took to Twitter (of course) to the clear the air on recent rumors that she had ex Nick Young's car, which she gave to him for Christmas in 2014, towed out of her driveway following their split.
"I never had anyone's car towed nor did I kick nick out of 'my' house," she wrote. E! News learns that Swaggy P's vintage ride was actually being taken to get repaired for mechanical issues.
Iggy continued to share that the property actually belongs to the NBA star, and she'll be the one packing up and leaving. "The home belongs to nick, I am the one moving. Thanks."
Azalea took to Instagram Sunday afternoon to give fans an update on her relationship with the pro basketball player, revealing that the duo decided to call it quits.
"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," she shared in a statement. "I genuinely wish Nick the best."
She continued, "It's never easy to part ways with the person you planned you're entire future with, but futures can be rewritten and as of today mine is a blank page." Nick would later tweet out, "single."
The couple's relationship hit rocky territory after a video surfaced of her fiancé secretly gossiping about an encounter with a 19-year-old woman while he was dating the star.
"Iggy and Nick haven't been the same since that video was leaked a few weeks ago. She tried to put it behind her, but she still did not trust him. She was questioning so many things about what he was doing since that was leaked," a source told E! News.
"[Azalea's questioning] was driving Nick crazy," a second insider close to the athlete revealed to E! News. "The relationship just was not the same."
Young hasn't made much mention of the split on social media, but did react to Foot Locker's recent ad involving fellow Laker D'Angelo Russell (who was involved in the infamous video scandal) tossing a player's phone. "Really funny," the athlete wrote.