Iggy Azalea has put her assets on display via Instagram once again. The Bounce rapper ditched her bra to expose her surgically-enhanced cleavage in a plunging bodysuit on Instagram earning praise from her 10.4 million followers.
In the sultry photo shared on 21 August, Azalea, 27, subtly smiles at the camera, wearing a red Adidas bodysuit splashed with black, grey and white designs and a criss-cross detail slashed to her navel, putting her ample cleavage on display. The Australian rapper left the caption empty letting the photo speak for itself.
Fans promptly flooded the musician with glowing comments, including one who remarked: "My body goal inspiration."
Another supporter commented: "Dayummmm iggy kill it," while another gushed: "This fine specimen of woman is why I wake up every morning and strive for greatness."
However, not all of Azalea's followers were bowled over by the snap. One critic claimed: "Faker than bush saying Iraq has WMDs," while another agreed: "I see the surgery been treating you well."
Azalea has long been subjected to accusations of cosmetic enhancements after the Fancy rapper admitted to undergoing a boob job in 2015. Confirming the rumours, Azalea told Vogue magazine the following year: "Four months ago, I got bigger boobs! I'd thought about it my entire life... I do have a small waist, I have to work on it – I am never allowed to eat what I want."
The pop star later thanked her surgeon for his skills telling her Instagram followers: "Caught up with @DrGhavami today!!!! Incase you were curious... 1. he is hilarious 2. He is my Greek yogurt soul mate 3. He is the reason I have Fabulously perky boobs... (LOL)."
Although Azalea has not confirmed any other cosmetic procedures, many are convinced the rapper has undergone surgery on her bum, lips and face, claiming her appearance has changed in recent years.
Fans are now awaiting Azalea's much-delayed second studio album, Digital Distortion, which is yet to be given a release date. Azalea seems to have hit a stumbling block after revealing her record label, Def Jam, will not be releasing another single ahead of the album. The rapper told her Twitter followers in July: "[Def Jam CEO] Steve Bartels says he doesn't want to release another single for my album unfortunately. So that's that.... I'm very unhappy with the way things have been handled too. I will make sure it's not this way for ia3... I can assure you guys of that."