Iggy Azalea unveils new tattoo inspired by son

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Iggy Azalea has unveiled a new tattoo inspired by her son.
The 31-year-old rapper took to Instagram to share her latest inking, which portrays her son Onyx Orion - who will turn two later this month - as a cherub.
She wrote: "My new favorite most special tattoo! It makes me sooo happy that this was executed by a talented woman. @luahillsart Thankyou again!"
Meanwhile, Iggy recently admitted she is “not on even remotely on good terms” with Onxy's father Playboi Carti.
The ‘Fancy’ hitmaker clapped back at claims that the 25-year-old rapper took “care” of her and their child, revealing that the former couple have no “direct contact” in an array of now-deleted tweets.
She tweeted: “Take care of me? Lmaooooo let’s not get carried away now. I laughed. A lot.”
“You've been mislead. I don’t f*** with a man I’m not even remotely on good terms with claiming he pays my bills. I pay my bills. Secondly saying nice things for an interview sounds great but in real life he talks to me like s*** so badly I had to stop all direct contact.”
The 'Work' hitmaker shared that his people had been wanting her “silence” about the interview but she wanted to make it clear his words were “not reflective” of reality.
Iggy said: “His team has been calling about the interview, hoping for my silence because they know what my reaction would be. I do appreciate being called a great mom but when that’s not reflective of what he has to say in real life I’d much rather be left out of being mentioned at all.”
Iggy was responding after Carti said in an interview: “I’m a father. You know what I’m saying? You know how it is having kids. I just got responsibilities. I pay a lot of bills. I take care of a lot of people. I take care of my mom. I take care of my family. I take care of my baby mom [and] I take care of my son. There’s a lot of people I take care of. So, it’s like, I gotta keep doing it.”

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