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Iggy Azalea Keeps It 100 On Breakups: “If You’re Gonna Burn Someone’s Stuff Start W/ The Cheap S**t & End W/ The Expensive S**t”

Australian rapper Iggy Azalea is out here giving love advice. The hip-hop diva has weighed-in on what exes determined to forget their former flames should do.

Iggy went to Twitter this week and kept it 100 on burning away the past with a since-deleted post.

Break up to make up tips from From #IggyAzalea

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Last week, Iggy’s ex-fiancé Nick Young hinted at coming ‘this’ close to flaming her with shade.

Earlier the same day, Iggy tossed up some since-deleted Twitter posts bashing reports about reuniting with Nick for a dinner outing.

#IggyAzalea clears rumors of her an ex #NickYoung having dinner last night

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Ballerific Comment Creepin 🌾👀🌾 #gilbertarenas #commentcreepin

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According to reports, both Nick and Iggy happened to recently dine at the same Los Angeles restaurant but not together.

Roughly 18 months after calling it quits … Iggy Azalea and Nick Young came face-to-face at Craig’s in L.A. on Sunday — and it was definitely NOT sunshine and rainbows. Swaggy (who plays for the Warriors) is in town to play the Lakers — and stopped by his old stomping grounds for dinner. Just so happens, Iggy had arrived a few hours before and was still inside. The two were only inside the restaurant together for a short while — but afterward, Young broke it down for us … and told us things are cordial. (TMZ)

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