Iggy Azalea has divided opinion with her latest racy Instagram post, with some accusing the star of undergoing plastic surgery to enhance her curves, while others have hailed her for embracing her body shape.
The 27-year-old rapper from Australia shared a poolside snap of her torso and upper thighs in a revealing pair of high-rise blue bikini bottoms as she appeared to lay on a sun-lounger covered with a blue striped towel.
Leaving very little to the imagination, Azalea captioned the shot, which is threatening to break the internet with 350,000 likes and counting, with: ''It's always sunny somewhere ''.
Some of her 10.9m followers praised the singer, with one person commenting: '' your body is absolutely gorgeous ❤️'' as another defended her with: "She's always had those hips, you all are trippin'".
However others deemed her curvy look "unnatural", with someone else commenting: "It's amazing what money can buy."
Another warned many young fans calling Azalea's figure "body goals" on the snap, stating: "Ladies this body was paid for.... dont make unrealistic things body goals ".
Another simply remarked: "This ain't normal?!" while someone else advised an impressionable follower: "please don't wish that hunny be proud of what you have ".
Azalea recently shut down claims she had buttock implants during an interview with Hit105's Stav, Abby and Matt.
She said: "No, I don't have bum implants. They're not my real boobs but it is my real butt."
The singer also told Vogue in 2015: "Four months ago, I got bigger boobs! I'd thought about it my entire life."
Iggy explained that her shapely figure is down to exercise and being very careful with her diet. She said: "I do have a small waist, I have to work on it – I am never allowed to eat what I want."
Azalea – who tweeted a link to four new songs last month – is still a prominent figure in popular culture and most recently graced the cover of L'Officiel Singapore's Icons Issue.
She also revealed that she has signed with a new label and is planning to relaunch in January with a new music project called Surviving The Summer.