Usually celebrities are happy about being featured on the covers of magazines but not Iggy Azalea.
On Thursday, the "Fancy" singer went on a Twitter rant complaining about her Australian label for selling a 2011 photo of her to Maxim Australia, who featured the sizzling pic on the cover of their current issue.
"Im going to publicly say something to the australian division of my record label right now because my message seems to be ignored privately," the 24-year-old Aussie wrote on her Twitter page before deleting it. "Stop giving permission on my behalf for magazines to purchase images of me that have already been printed in major publications for covers."
The photo in question features the blond babe posing in a slinky one-piece gold swimsuit that leaves little to the imagination.
She continued her rant in a series of tweets, which have since been deleted:
"Australian label, i love you guys but you allowed my image to be sold to cosmo Aus when i told you i would prefer for that not to happen and now this morning i see you've allowed maxim australia to buy an image from a 2011 complex mag shoot and put it on the cover. I think its awesome anyone would want me on the cover of a magazine, but theres a right way to make that happen and the australian label clearly aren't respecting my wishes. a magazine cover deserves an accompanying photoshoot not a reused image. Maxim australia, thanks for the love and I'm sorry no one asked me. i would have love to have given an interview & done a shoot with u guys."
Iggy was also recently in a war of words with Snoop Dogg, who cyber-bullied the rapper last week when makeup-free photos of Iggy were published online. They have since called a truce.
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