Iggy Azalea splurges $1MILLION on a Rolls-Royce and brags she has the same wealth manager as George Clooney after joining OnlyFans
This week, the Australia rapper posed inside of a Rolls-Royce Phantom after picking up the luxury car from a dealership.
While it’s unclear how much the 32-year-old spent on the vehicle, the average cost for a Phantom can be as high as AUD$1million.
After sharing a pair of photos of herself posing up a storm inside her latest purchase, the rapper was forced to hit back at a troll who questioned her finances.
‘Probably not a smart financial purchase if you’re a rapper that has to start an OnlyFans to supplement your non-existent music income. But hey congratulations!’ they tweeted.
Iggy Azalea’s foray into OnlyFans is paying off big time after the Australian rapper purchased a Rolls-Royce Phantom for around $1million
Firing back, Iggy wrote: ‘I’ve done 70 sold-out arena shows with Pitbull in the last two years. I sold a portion of my masters for eight figures less than three months ago.’
She added: ‘I have the same wealth manager as George Clooney. And yes, an OnlyFans. You’re boring!’
Iggy hasn’t been shy about flaunting her lavish lifestyle on social media.
She was recently spotted sunning her curves on a luxury yacht in the Bahamas, and this week posed on a private jet in a midriff top and G-string.
‘I bought a new house today,’ she tweeted earlier this month, before adding: ‘I still own the one I’m in too, but I’ll sell it soon.’
The rapper fired back at a hater who questioned her finances on Twitter
Iggy sold the rights to her music and publishing catalogue last November to Domain Capital for an eight-figure sum
Iggy has been open about her eye-watering wealth in recent months after critics accused her of ‘falling off’ after her last album failed to make the charts.
The Black Widow star sold the rights to her music and publishing catalogue last November to Domain Capital for an eight-figure sum.
This included her signature hit Fancy, along with songs like Kream and her Ariana Grande collab Problem.
After getting backlash from fans on social media for the sale, Iggy clapped back: ‘I sold a portion of my catalogue to who I wanted, for an amount that means I don’t have to work another day in my life.
The star was recently spotted sunning her curves on a luxury yacht in the Bahamas
‘I love y’all down but the masters conversation is a little beyond most of your understanding of business.’
She added: ‘It means that a portion of songs I sold to a company who now owns them. In exchange, they paid me what they would have earned in my lifetime, upfront in one lump sum.’
Less than two months after the sale, the former hit-maker joined OnlyFans in a move that is set to earn her millions more.
Iggy is currently charging subscribers $25 per month, but users have to pay more via upselling to access sexier stuff.
Iggy is estimated to be earning seven-figures a month from OnlyFans