Nick Young, Iggy Azalea, Billboard Music Awards


Iggy Azalea takes cheating very seriously.

The "Fancy" rapper talked about her fiancé's recent controversy, in which fellow basketball player D'Angelo Russell secretly filmed Nick Young discussing women, including a 19-year-old he met at a club. Russell denied leaking the footage, but as soon as it hit the Internet cheating rumors swirled. Appearing on Tampa Bay's Wild 94.1 radio show, Iggy addressed D'Angelo and Nick's feud and how the situation is affecting her relationship.

When asked about how she feels about the bro code, Iggy was quick to clarify that her impending nuptials are far more important than an "unspoken" code. "I have an actual spoken commitment that you're going to get married to me, and that involves not doing any of those other things, so screw guy code," she said.

She admitted that the Los Angeles Lakers players often try to catch each other doing "regular guy stuff" like running down the halls naked or "taking a poop," but said D'Angelo's secret filming went too far.

"Both of you guys are equally dumb to me," she said of her fiancé and his teammate. There was never any proof that Nick cheated on the "Black Widow" singer, so Iggy let it go. Should she ever find anything out that speaks to the contrary, however, she said she would be quick to take action.

"I'm not cool with it. Like you will have half a penis," she told the radio hosts. "One more video just one more thing and you will lose a quarter of your meat."

She added, "Let me get some real evidence and you're going to lose half an inch."

Last week Iggy also talked to Ellen DeGeneres about her fiancé's snafu and said they were doing OK. "We're good. There isn't [controversy] at home just on the Internet," she said.

An insider also told E! News that they're moving on. "Iggy is not going to leave Nick. She loves him and he loves her and she has forgiven him before for flirtations," the source said. "Ultimately, he will always love her."

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