Nick Young, Iggy Azalea Reportedly Break Up Over His Ex Keonna Green and Twitter Is Pissed

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It couldn't possibly be any more official by this point — Iggy Azalea and her fiancé, basketball player Nick Young aka Swaggy P have called it quits. As the two attempt to move forward with their lives in the limelight, the rapper took to Twitter on Thursday to explain where it all went wrong

Of course, there had been signs of a breakup long before Azalea posted the following message on Instagram last week: "Unfortunately, although I love Nick and have tried and tried to rebuild my trust in him — it's become apparent in the last few weeks I am unable to. I genuinely wish Nick the best. It's never easy to part ways with the person you planned you're entire future with, but futures can be rewritten and as of today mine is a blank page."

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The couple made headlines earlier this year when a viral video of Young appearing to admit he cheated on Azalea caused a rift in their relationship, though the two stayed together at the time. 

Some gossip sites have reported the split was spurred by the mother of Young's child being four months pregnant with another kid by the NBA player. DailyMail pointed to a photo snapped of the pair with their child in June, in which Young appears to be bringing his sleeping son into a car. There isn't any clear sign of wrongdoing on Young's part, and Young's ex Keonna Green hasn't confirmed she's four months pregnant, though plenty of tabloids have announced that for her. 

Fans of the couple were livid as they discovered Azalea and Young were done for good:

Even those who aren't fans weren't disturbed by the news:

Read more: 
• Iggy Azalea Says She'd Cut Off Nick Young's Penis If He Cheats Again
• Did Swaggy P Cheat on Iggy Azalea? D'Angelo Russell's Recording of Nick Young Goes Viral
• Iggy Azalea Thinks Beyoncé's "Becky" Line From 'Lemonade' Is Racist

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Chris Riotta is a culture reporter at Mic, covering news, music and entertainment. He is based in New York and can be reached at criotta@mic.com

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