Iggy Azalea
Aussie rapper Iggy Azalea and fiancé Nick Young take a selfie. Instagram/@thenewclassic

Australian rapper Iggy Azalea has confirmed her collaboration with singer, songwriter and fellow rapper Kesha, who is looking to relaunch her career with the help of some close celebrity friends. Iggy confirmed the news via Twitter, though she is not sure if the song will be featured on her album. Kesha will also be featuring on a new version of Zedd’s “True Colors.”

When a fan asked Iggy if she is really working with Kesha, the rapper replied in the positive.

“Yup, not sure if it will be on my album or not but we are def doing things!” Iggy tweeted back.

Iggy is currently working hard on her sophomore album “Digital Distortion.” Her new project is expected to hit stores later this year. It will be a follow-up to her “The New Classic” debut of 2014 and its re-issue “Reclassified.”

On the personal front, Iggy and fiancé Nick Young are reportedly going strong with Iggy helping out the Lakers shooting guard from an embarrassing tattoo fail. Even after a lot of hullabaloo surrounding Nick’s alleged cheating scandal, Iggy decided to give their relationship a new start and since then they are going good.

Nick is lucky to have Iggy on her side, even after the cheating scandal, because had it not been for Iggy, Nick would have had a gigantic misspelled tattoo, “BORN REBLE,” on his back. However, despite saving her boyfriend, Iggy did not forget to share details of the hilarious episode with her fans in a series of tweets. She said that the incident shows how much she loves Nick.

“Guys, I wanna let you know. Nick can’t spell and if it wasn’t for the LOVE I have for him. He would have "BORN REBLE" tatted across his back,” Iggy tweeted.

Iggy also faced flak from Beyonce fans after she expressed her disappointment for the use of the word “Becky” in the song “Sorry,” which is from Beyonce’s album “Lemonade.” Iggy quickly clarified that she never called Beyonce racist and that she loves the popular singer.

Iggy said she was frustrated after someone called her “Becky” and wanted to give a message people that it is not right use stereotypical words to describe any race. She even said that calling someone “Becky” is not the same as a racial slur.