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Iggy Azalea Concerned About Weight Loss After Giving Birth

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Iggy Azalea has given birth to her son, Onyx back in May of this year. And, now the rapper is opening about her weight loss journey over the past six months after giving birth to Onyx.

Iggy Azalea took to Twitter to claim that she now weighs less than she did before she got pregnant with her son. She shares a son, Onyx with the ex, Playboi Carti.

“Any other moms who can’t stop dropping weight after having a baby? (Not a brag, genuinely wanna hear if you had this happen),” Iggy tweeted.

Iggy continued saying she did not try or even want to lose weight but it is literally shedding off her. She then asked her fellow moms if that was hormonal or something she should be concerned about.

For context, Iggy revealed her weight now is 20 lbs and counting, lighter than it was before she gave birth.

Since welcoming her little boy, Iggy Azalea has shared several photos of her washboard abs and toned body on Instagram. When a Twitter user claimed that she had work done to look like that after giving birth, she did not hesitate to clap back.

“Look. I’m not having a baby until I can afford what these celebrities are doing to look like this weeks after giving birth,” the follower had commented.

“All you have to do is watch what you eat while you’re pregnant and already have a six pack prior. It’s free & just takes mental strength to stick it out 9 months,” Iggy tweeted.

Iggy addressed the follower’s concern of having to pay to get their body back in shape. However, Iggy has always been open about her body. If she had work done, she would admit it. Just like she admitted to having gotten rhinoplasty and breast augmentation. But if there’s nothing she has gotten done then she has no problem hitting back.

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