Iggy Azalea just can’t get rid of his man. Her ex-boyfriend and former manager, Hefe Wine, is claiming that they are getting divorced… even though the blonde rapper didn’t even realize they were married.
Wine has filed for divorce from the 24-year-old superstar, insisting they “agreed to be married” after living together in Texas.
In Texas, the law states that “a man and a woman can be considered legally married if they live together in the state for any period of time and agree to be married.”
Iggy’s representatives released a statement, which said “It’s disappointing that this thief, felon and fugitive is continuing to use the media to attack Iggy as part of his desperate and despicable attempt to keep himself in the press.
Iggy’s federal court complaint froze Mr. Williams’ ability to trade on her fame by profiting from music he stole from her, so he has resorted to elevating his predatory relationship with a 17-year-old girl into a sham “marriage” claim unsupported by any certificate or evidence.”
The Australian rapper’s representatives are denying these claims.
The former couple has been in the public eye recently, due to the dispute over the music Iggy wrote while they were together and.
If a judge would to recognize their marriage, Wine would be entitled to half of everything accumulated during that time!
Iggy recently filed a lawsuit against Hefe, accusing him of illegally downloading the entire content of her personal computer while they were living together in Atlanta, Georgia in 2009.
However, she didn’t make any mention of the alleged sex tape, which has also been catching the public’s attention, in court documents.
The “Fancy” rapper is denying the existence of a sex tape, which Wine has reportedly tried to sell for a huge sum.
Azalea first denied she featured in a sex tape, but later insisted that if it did feature her, it was most likely shot while she was “under-age and unaware filming was taking place.”
According to a legal document, the curvaceous artist signed an agreement with Wine in 2009 which gave him rights to “manufacture, sell, distribute and advertise any recording embodying visual images.”