At least she's still on Twitter (for now)?

Iggy Azalea has quit Instagram, the 24-year-old rapper announced via the photo-sharing site on Friday. 

"Until further notice Iggy's Instagram will be run by management," read the message directed to Iggy's 6.6 million followers. "Iggy is taking a break from social media. She loves all her Azaleans!!" 

The "Fancy" singer's announcement comes just one day after the Aussie beauty shared an Instagram post which called out paparazzi for invading her privacy at home. 

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"This is me standing in front of my home, which has a 6ft high blacked out fence around it," she wrote. "No one should be made to feel like their own home is a prison because even your garden may be grounds for a photoshoot. I really just want to urge my fans to be aware of what you ar enabling when posting these pictures. It is illegal to post images of someone in their home or property with a long range camera. I'm asking in the niceest way possible to please think twice about that. You're home is supposed to be your place of peace. I just want mine to be that too same as everyone else."

This isn't the first time Iggy has quit social media before later returning to the site. Last month, the musician took to Twitter to express her disappointment after she was criticized for her bikini body by Internet bullies. 

Iggy Azalea, Nick Young

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Iggy isn't the only outspoken star who's taking a break from social media as of late. Azealia Banks, who has previously engaged in nasty Twitter feuds with Azalea, has given up Twitter for Lent. 

"Although I am not a baptized Christian , I Love lent and Good Friday...I missed the beginning of Lent but better late than never. I'm going off tweets until April 2nd!! My management will tweet AB news," she wrote earlier this month. 

Meanwhile, Azalea recently chatted with Power 106's J.Cruz and Krystal Bee and revealed boyfriend Nick Young's advice for dealing with Twitter haters. 

"He [Nick] wanted me to be way worse than I was," Iggy admitted. "He was like, 'Why you lettin' these people push over you?! You just gotta be Yeezy [Kanye West] on 'em!' That's what he kept saying. He was like, 'Just be the No. 1 playa hater…you just need to tell them all to suck your d--k!'"

She added of her decision to distance herself from social media: "Of course I am [happier]. Anybody's happier when they're not being verbally abused all day long," 

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