Iggy Azalea Denies Having a Sex Tape, Says Media Frenzy Surrounding It "Makes Me Sick"

"Anyone who releases or attempts to make profit off someone else's intimate moments against their will is a sex offender," she tweets

By Bruna Nessif Sep 11, 2014 9:28 PMTags
Iggy Azalea, Nick YoungCourtesy Calvin Klein

Who dat? Who dat? Not I-G-G-Y.

Iggy Azalea has been in the middle of sex tape allegations after Vivid honcho Steven Hirsch revealed that he had his hands on footage featuring who he claims is the young Hollywood star doing the no-pants dance in front of the camera with an ex-boyfriend.

"I believe there would be a huge demand for her sex tape," Hirsch said in a press release. "Iggy has proved that she's an amazing talent...We are conducting our due diligence and if we are satisfied with our review, we will definitely try to make a deal to distribute the tape."

Except that's apparently not her in the tape. The Aussie rapper took to Twitter to set the record straight:

Regardless, Hirsch tells E! News exclusively, "There is little doubt in my mind that the person that I saw in the teaser of images from the tape is Iggy Azalea."

This isn't the first time Iggy has been in the middle of racy news.

Back in April, the Internet blew up after what seemed to be a super-sexual NSFW photo of the celeb and her NBA boyfriend Nick Young surfaced on the web—but that wasn't really them, either.

The duo took to Twitter to deny that there were any nude photos of them lingering on the web, and while doing that, the actual couple in the photo stepped forward. Instead of being mad, Iggy gave the duo props! "@KittenChloe: Shawn... our picture is everywhere. People really think that it's swaggy p & iggy' < if it really is u, props to u guys," she wrote.

Maybe history is repeating itself?