Iggy Azalea quits being a clown to pursue a career in hip-hop.
After rising to ultimate fame as a contemporary clown, Iggy Azalea has decided to call it quits and take up a career in hip-hop.
“I’ve always loved hip-hop ever since I was in high school. MC Hammer, Vanilla Ice, and Marky Mark are my biggest influences.”
Azalea’s debut release is still in the works and there have been rumours of guest appearances from K-Fed, Fred Durst, and “that guy from the boy-band Five”. The album looks to be a contender for album of the year at the Grammys next year.
Azalea’s family comes from a long line of clowns, her dad only just retiring from his clown gig after 45 years.
It will be a smooth transition into hip-hop, because most of her clown act incorporates hip-hop beats and dance routines.
When asked why she quit, Azalea told The Gournalist, “I reached the peak of my clown act, emotionally and spiritually, and it’s time for a change. Hip-hop is my calling and I’m going to change the game.”
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