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Iggy Azalea Lets Management Take Over Her Twitter Account to Avoid Bullies

By | Feb 19, 2015 08:26 PM EST
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Iggy Azalea is so fed up with the bullies on Twitter that she is letting her team take over her account.

Iggy and boyfriend Los Angeles Laker Nick Young went to Hawaii to spend their Valentine's weekend. The rapper was spotted showing off her summer-ready body in a red two-piece bikini and completed the look by putting her hair up in a bun and wearing sunglasses.

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She was also seen sporting yet another sexy look, wearing a black cleavage-baring top and an orange, white and black skirt.

After getting home from their romantic vacation however, Iggy returned to find out that she not only had been photographed, but had also been criticized non-stop for her body.

The 24-year old singer made sure to express her disappointment before washing her hands of her Twitter account.

In a series of tweets, she sarcastically said that it's apparently "shocking and unheard of to be a woman and have cellulite," adding that she only wished to relax and have a peaceful time without having someone taking pictures of her.

She went on to say that the hatred towards her is making her become an angry person, which she does not want to be.

"I also want to let my fans know I am taking some time away from social media. I need to be happy and it is too negative and draining," she said. 

"My management will tweet/run my accounts from today onwards with updates etc unless any message is signed - IA Love you all. Peace out!," it concluded.

Iggy has been involved in a lot of Twitter wars lately. The recent one with Papa John's pizza after an employee unlawfully distributed her contact information and sometime last year when she was targeted by fellow rapper Snoop Dogg.

Looks like quitting social media for a while is a good decision, Iggy!

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