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Iggy Azalea twerks at children and swears 83 times in explicit new music video

That’s not family friendly! Iggy Azalea twerks at children, swears 83 times and wears four different wigs in explicit music video for new single with Kash Doll

Iggy Azalea released the music video for her new single ‘F*** It Up’ last week. 

And the explicit four-minute offering proves to be anything but family friendly, with the rapper twerking at children and swearing a staggering 83 times in the clip.

The star is joined by Detroit rapper Kash Doll on the track and accompanying video on YouTube, with Iggy changing between four different wigs throughout the footage. 

Iggy Azalea (pictured) twerks at children, swears 83 times and wears four different wigs in the explicit music video for new single 'F*** It Up' with Detroit rapper Kash Doll (right)

Iggy Azalea (pictured) twerks at children, swears 83 times and wears four different wigs in the explicit music video for new single ‘F*** It Up’ with Detroit rapper Kash Doll (right)

During one scene, the Australian-born artist sits on top of the passenger seat of a moving convertible car while rapping the song. 

Dressed in a skimpy two-piece, she turns around to twerk at a car full of men who catch her attention as the vehicle stops at traffic lights. 

Once she turns around to shake her shapely derriere in their direction, she does not realise the men have driven off.

Instead, a family pulls up alongside her, with two young children in the back seats delighted by Iggy’s raunchy display. 

That'll cause a collision! In one raunchy scene, Iggy turns around to twerk at a car full of men who catch her attention as her vehicle stops at traffic lights

That’ll cause a collision! In one raunchy scene, Iggy turns around to twerk at a car full of men who catch her attention as her vehicle stops at traffic lights

Red light! Once she turns around to shake her shapely derriere in their direction, she does not realise the men have driven off. Instead, a family pulls up alongside her, with two young children in the back seats delighted by Iggy's raunchy display

Red light! Once she turns around to shake her shapely derriere in their direction, she does not realise the men have driven off. Instead, a family pulls up alongside her, with two young children in the back seats delighted by Iggy’s raunchy display

The main plot to the music video is inspired by the hit 1997 movie Romy and Michele’s High School Reunion, as Iggy and Kash Doll attend their own reunion. 

Before heading out, they twerk their way through a sleepover and then continue to perform a suggestive dance move later on. 

The F-word is heard 74 times throughout the video, with the pair offering up several other swear words in both the lyrics and spoken dialogue scenes. 

Back in time! The main plot to the music video is inspired by the hit 1997 movie Romy and Michele's High School Reunion, as Iggy and Kash Doll attend their own reunion

Back in time! The main plot to the music video is inspired by the hit 1997 movie Romy and Michele’s High School Reunion, as Iggy and Kash Doll attend their own reunion

Her best move: Before heading out, they twerk their way through a sleepover and then continue to perform a suggestive dance move later on

Her best move: Before heading out, they twerk their way through a sleepover and then continue to perform a suggestive dance move later on

F*** It Up is from Iggy’s new album, In My Defense, which was released on Friday.

The record was released the same day as Peppa Pig’s debut album, with the rapper fearing she may be defeated in the charts by the cartoon character. 

‘Her album is out the same day as mine!’ Iggy told Entertainment Weekly last week. 

‘The New Classic had to compete with the Frozen soundtrack [on the charts], and I lost. Why am I always cursed with soundtracks?’

She added: ‘It’s funny, actually, but it’s like, Peppa Pig is going to outsell me.’ 

Who will win? F*** It Up is from Iggy's new album, In My Defense, which was released on Friday. The record was released the same day as Peppa Pig's debut album, with the rapper fearing she may be defeated in the charts by the cartoon character

Who will win? F*** It Up is from Iggy’s new album, In My Defense, which was released on Friday. The record was released the same day as Peppa Pig’s debut album, with the rapper fearing she may be defeated in the charts by the cartoon character

Daily Mail UK

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