The year-old rapstress fired back at porn company Bang Bros after they offered her a deal, following Azalea's recent announcement the she is now off Island Records. Iggy Azalea recently announced that she is now "officially unsigned" and is not longer signed with Island Records. The Australian rapstress, real name Amethyst Amelia Kelly, said she was "elated" to be out of her contract and is now free to release "whatever kinda music" she likes. Taking note of the fact that Iggy is now a free agent, porn company Bang Bros. Iggy went on to target individuals show have pestered her following the tweet, questioning, "I want to know why men think it's ok to harass women online? I don't want to be a sex worker and shouldn't have to deal with hundreds of predatory men invading my page because of a PR stunt from a porno company.
It didn't take long for the opportunists to come-a-chasing. Within hours of declaring herself an unsigned artist, Iggy Azalea was met with plenty of solicitations, some of which had little to do with her predilection to "rapping. Yesterday morning, the porn production company formally known as Bang Bros reached out to Iggy via Twitter. Their message was simple: "You should sign with US! AssParade would never be the same. But nevertheless, the Aussie-born rapper seems intent on trying things anew, free of the constraints that seemingly held her back at Universal. In all fairness, it wasn't until the cancelation of her tour in October, that Iggy Azalea looked to be at risk of losing her sponsorship.