Iggy Azalea Can No
Longer Crowd Surf at
Concerts, Claims Fans
Sexually Harassed Her
During a Show
Iggy Azalea has come forward with a shocking allegation—against her own fans.
The Australian rapper tells radio station Hot 97 she can no longer crowdsurf because of fans allegedly attempting to violate her.
“I had to stop [crowdsurfing]… I’m only doing like 2000-seaters, but I still have to have barriers even if it’s like 200 people because people try to finger me,” she explains.
In addition to the venues’ barriers, she has taken action against the unwanted and uncomfortable interaction by wearing two pairs of underwear and tights underneath all of her outfits.
The blonde beauty says she has seen tweets in which her fans proudly declare their intentions of touching her inappropriately.
“That’s a violation. I don’t actually like that stuff,” she explains. “Like, they think I’m real slutty, like ‘Oh, she got a song called ‘Pussy.’ I know what she wants. She wants these two fingers.’
“Why would I want a stranger to ever finger me? Buying my album for $12 doesn’t mean you get to finger me when I come to your city.”
Interestingly enough, she adds it’s mostly women—not men—who are allegedly violating her at shows.
“Girls will try to do it more than guys, ‘cause girls think it’s cool, like, ‘We both got vaginas, it’s fine,’” she says. “Doesn’t make it okay.”
Watch Iggy’s full interview about the allegations: