Iggy Azalea feels ‘really excited’ and ‘grateful’

Iggy Azalea feels “really excited” about where she’s at in her career.

The 32-year-old rap star has revealed that she’s really happy and “grateful” for where she’s currently at and reportedly has a net worth of $15 million.

Originally signed to Jefe Wine-O Wine’s independent record label, which released her songs on iTunes. At the time, Iggy also uploaded cover videos on YouTube.

It was the release of 2013 single Work and her 2014 hit with Charli XCX, entitled Fancy, that made her a big name in the music industry.

The latter peaked on the Billboard Hot 100 and was named Billboard’s song of the summer in 2014. Fancy was the most-streamed song on Spotify in 2014.

To date, Iggy has sold 50 million albums and 22 million singles around the world.

The ‘Work’ hitmaker – who was born in Australia, before moving to the US during her teens to follow her music ambitions – wrote on the micro-blogging platform: “Right now I’m in a place where I feel really excited about so many things I have happening.

“it’s not always this way, but it is NOW and I’m grateful. (sic)”

Earlier this year, meanwhile, Iggy claimed that she won’t “waste time” explaining herself to people on social media.

The chart-topping rap star insisted she wouldn’t be drawn into arguing with her critics or justifying her decisions to other people on social media platforms.

Iggy wrote “So many friends say “‘Why let ppl say bad things about you? you could tweet and shut em all up!’. “I tell them:“Because they live in a reality of their own choosing. “I wanna tell you too.

“Don’t stop to waste time explaining yourself to ppl who will never celebrate you. [crossed fingers emoji] (sic)”

Iggy posted the comment shortly after insisting that she won’t publicly reveal her earnings from OnlyFans.

The ‘Fancy’ hitmaker has enjoyed huge success on the platform since she joined – but Iggy rubbished suggestions that she’d made more than $300,000 during her first 24 hours on OnlyFans.

Iggy – who released her last album, ‘The End of an Era’, in 2021 – wrote: “With love.

“I won’t share what I make on OF, in the same way I didn’t share what I earned selling my music catalog. (sic)”

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