Added to our gallery 😉
Seventeen Magazine made a few questions to Iggy Azalea to which she should answer “NAY” or “BAE”, let’s see how that turned out:
Iggy Azalea is covering tomorrow’s issue of Sunday Style, a weekly Australian magazine. On the cover story, Azalea talks about her deal with Bonds, her new body image as well as the backlash she’s faced. Click on thumbnails below to see the cover of the magazine, and the two outtakes from the photoshoot we’ve added to our gallery.
Photos + Video: Iggy Azalea covers Seventeen Magazine September issue; Gets real about her plastic surgery
Iggy Azalea is on the September cover of Seventeen Magazine (outtake photos and photo session video right below article) and she opens up about her haters, her life in high school and admits she had plastic surgery in a toned-down intimate interview.
Opening up for the first time about her changing look, the Aussie rapper tells the September issue of Seventeen, “I’m not denying it. Denying it is lame.”
This isn’t the first time Iggy Iggs has had plastic surgeryâ€”she’s admitted to having breast implants. And as far as she’s concerned, there’s no reason to hide any of it. “I don’t think you should be ashamed if you made a change to yourself, which is why I’ve spoken about the changes I’ve made, like with my breasts.
Even if you’re not a fan a changing your looks, you gotta love her honesty! But if you’re thinking about having surgery, Iggy says don’t rush into it.
“Your perception of yourself can change a lot over time,” she explains, “so I think it’s important to wait and make sure it’s the right choice.”
She even did a lot of research. “I read a lot about nose jobs online. Some women are really happy they got them, and some women changed their noses when they were younger, and when they got older they wished they didn’t.”
There’s also much more to the process than the physical differences, too. “Plastic surgery is an emotional journey,” Iggy says. “It’s no easy feat to live with your flaws and accept yourselfâ€”and it’s no easy feat to change yourself. Either way you look at it, it’s a tough journey. There are things that I didn’t like about myself that I changed through surgery. There are other things I dislike but I’ve learned to accept.”
What makes us different makes us special, and if we were all “flawless” how boring would that be, right?
We think Iggy would agree. “It’s important to remember you can’t change everything,” says Iggy. “You can never be perfect.”
We’ve added few pics from the photoshoot Iggy did for the magazine’s cover story, have a look at them: