Iggy Azalea clashes with her new neighbor over her house renovation


The ‘Fancy’ hitmaker is going to wage war on one of the housewives in his gated community after the neighbor ‘tried to report her for doing construction’ to renovate her new home.

AceShowbiz – Rapper Iggy Azalea prepares to go to war with one of his new neighbors after they clash over the construction the star did at his latest property.

The “Fancy” singer reveals she had barely settled into the pad when a nosy neighbor tried to get her in trouble.

Taking to Twitter early on Thursday (3 Jun 21), she wrote, “I lived day one in my new house and my bored housewives a** neighbor already tried to report me for doing building in my own fucking house.”

“She doesn’t know, fucking with her is now my new hobby and my life’s work. You live next door to a now darling Gemini. Hi, I’m small (sic)!”

Iggy was then quizzed by her social media followers about the type of renovation work she was undertaking, which she said had already been approved by local authorities.

“I guess she thought I wasn’t allowed? I’m… Weird behavior. DAY ONE (sic),” she continued.

The hip-hop star claims she had already been told about the person by other residents of the gated community: “To be honest, before I even got my keys, 3 other people on my street told me she was acting, so I was prepared and frankly a little excited (sic).”

And she has now warned the woman to prepare for a fight if she continues to harass Iggy, as renovations will continue for some time.

“I’ve been building on and off for a year and a half…” Iggy tweeted. “She’s not prepared for the marathon of pettiness that awaits her (sic).”

Iggy didn’t share many details about the upgrades she’s made to the home, but she did reveal plans to build a full play area for her little son Onyx in her backyard, complete with a zip line “that can or no be secretly for mom,” she added.

She shares one-year-old Onyx with her ex-boyfriend, another rapper Playboy Carti.

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