Iggy Azalea threatening legal action against Nick Young’s baby’s mama

Iggy Azalea
Photo credit: Instagram – @thenewclassic

Nick Young and Iggy Azalea’s breakup last month started out as any other typical celebrity split with rumors that Azalea was fed up with Young cheating on her with other women. But the story progressively got bigger and more dramatic as reports revealed that Young’s cheating was so bad that he got his baby’s mama, Keonna Green, pregnant while he was still with Azalea. The scandal has been landing on the front page of the tabloid for weeks and now it looks like Green wants to capitalize on the public interest because reports claim that she’s signed a contract to release a tell-all story about it.

As previously reported, Azalea revealed last week that the reason she split from Young after his initial cheating scandal back in April was because she saw on their home security cameras that he was bringing other women into their home. Unfortunately for Azalea, she found out the same way the rest of the world did, which was through the press, that Young had been cheating with Green and that she’s now four months pregnant with his latest child.

According to media reports, Green recently hired a lawyer to shop her story to different publications and sources claim that one of them decided to offer her a lucrative contract to release a tell-all story in which she’ll discuss being the “other woman” in Azalea and Young’s cheating scandal.

Well, reports are saying that Azalea isn’t happy about the news of Green’s tell-all and her lawyer, Howard King, recently fired off a letter to Green’s attorneys, warning them that if she mentions Azalea in her book that there will be legal repercussions.

“Ms. Green has done enough to embarrass herself by her pathetic efforts to profit from Azalea’s hard-won celebrity, all in exchange for whatever paltry sums she can garner in exchange for peddling tales of her tasteless exploits,” the letter reportedly reads.

The letter allegedly continues, “Any mention of Iggy in your client’s efforts to sell a story to whatever tabloid needs to fill its pages with the fetid story of your client’s classless antics will be considered a violation of Iggy’s rights of publicity … subjecting Ms. Green and any publication that airs your client’s soiled laundry to significant liability.”

Well, if that’s not a warning shot, then we don’t know what is.

Nicholas Robinson
Nicholas Robinson

I'm a lover of quirks and writing compelling pieces for my readers.



Subscribe to our mailing list

* indicates required