Iggy Azalea Got In A Fight With A Fan Who Criticized Her New Curvy Body After She Posted These Photos

Iggy Azalea Got In A Fight With A Fan Who Criticized Her New Curvy Body After She Posted These Photos
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Iggy Azalea seems fed up with all the chatter about her body after it was reported that she recently welcomed a baby boy with her boyfriend, Playboi Carti.

The femcee took to social, where she flaunted her curves in a crop top. The Australian diva had her hair straight and flowing on her shoulders.

While Iggy was oping that her slim figure would captivate, one fan told her she looked great after gaining weight.

She responded by: "Why do I have to be gaining weight because I want to post a few selfies? The obsession with my body you guys have is unhealthy. I posted a picture of my body just last week I HAVE A F*CKING SIX PACK. Please get a life. Every image I post does not need to be of my body."

This critic stated: "When you post pictures on social media sites, you leave the window wide open for criticism or whatever people feel like saying! Keep your pics to yourself or deal with people's opinions πŸ™„"

A follower claimed: "They get a thousand positive comments, and choose to point out the negativeπŸ€” I understand it's hard to ignore, but why waste the energy. They weren't even rude. The weight does look goodπŸ™„ offensive much! So I guess this confirms we will never see the baby.πŸ˜©πŸ˜‚"

This person stated: "Stop crying, and you brought that attention to yourself now that's what you gotta deal with... most her followers follow her to see her body. πŸ€·πŸΏβ€β™‚οΈ The fact that she is defending her abs as she works for them 😩"

Another commenter had this remark: "Meanwhile she's the one always showing her body πŸ€·πŸ½β€β™‚οΈ..when the public is used to seeing you a certain way, do get mad when we call you out on it πŸ™„And that's facts. People are obsessed with folks' bodies. She wants to be famous but doesn't want what comes with being famous. πŸ€·πŸ½β€β™€οΈ Stop posting pictures of yOuR bOdY then πŸ™„."

This Instagrammer wrote this note: "I didn't find any offense to what the guy commented tho. He said, "ig your gaining weight "don't see how's that body-shaming πŸ€·πŸ½β€β™€οΈ You do know you don't have to examine a whole person's body to notice if they put on weight or not, regular contact or facial features can also point out a change."

Was Iggy right to react this way?

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