Iggy Azalea Saudi Arabia Video: Australian rapper's concert shut down by authorities after wardrobe malfunction
Iggy Azalea, 33, was headlining the Gamers8 e-sports event at Boulevard Riyadh City on Friday when her pants split open on stage.-
In a shocking incident, Australian rapper & singer Iggy Azalea's Saudi Arabia concert was cut short after she suffered a wardrobe malfunction during her performance on stage. Iggy Azalea was forced to leave the stage by authorities after her pants were split wide open when she was performing in Saudi Arabia. As per reports, Iggy Azalea, 33, was headlining the Gamers8 e-sports event at Boulevard Riyadh City on Friday when her pants split open on stage. Iggy Azalea wardrobe malfunction ultimately resulted in her not being allowed to finish her performance by local authorities. Now, Iggy Azalea Saudi Arabia video is spreading like wildfire on social media and fans have been in shock to see why the local authorities did not even allow her to change her clothes and return back for her performance. A few sections of the media are also lavishing their prise on the Aussie rapper as Iggy Azalea wardrobe malfunction video shows that she tried to continue her performance despite being uncomfortable.
Iggy Azalea o n last Saturday took to her social media and explained what actually happened during the Saudi Arabia concert. Iggy Azalea in her post which is now deleted expressed her love for the audience and apologised for not being able to complete the show. Iggy clarified that the issue was not the fault of the show's promoters but rather a decision made by authorities due to her wardrobe malfunction. In response to fan inquiries on why could not she change her clothes and return for her performance, Iggy revealed that she did change her pants after the incident. However, she mentioned that a comment she made on stage contributed to the authorities' decision to halt the show. She had encouraged the women dancing in the audience, by saying, "Ladies make some noise, it's a woman's world." This seemingly innocuous remark, along with the wardrobe malfunction, led to the concert being abruptly cut short.
"Saudi Arabia please know to everyone at the show tonight… I LOVE YOU..And I’m so sorry I wasn’t allowed to finish my show. It’s not the promoter who put on the show's fault so show them kindness because they are amazing people and we all wanted to continue but were not allowed by authorities because of my pants splitting."
On changing her pant she wrote, "I did but I also said, 'Ladies make some noise, it’s a woman’s world!' And apparently, that sent the authorities over the edge. Lol I’m cool I just didn’t want the fans to be sad or angry at the show organisers cause it wasn’t their control or mine it was the police at the side of the stage."
Coming to Iggy Azalea Saudi Arabia video, the Australian rapper was performing with full of energy and enthusiasm on stage when suddenly her pants were torn and it started showing her skin. As seen in Iggy Azalea wardrobe malfunction video, the rapper tried to continue her performance by singing on the stage in sitting position and trying to hide her thighs, her performance was stopped when a lady arrived on stage with a towel. Iggy Azalea Saudi Arabia wardrobe malfunction video further showed that the rapper gestured that she wanted to continue her performance but she was denied.
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Iggys pants split at last night's performance in Saudi Arabia, she said the the promoters were kind tho! But she wasn't permitted to end the show. @IGGYAZALEA you did amazing as always 💚 pic.twitter.com/f1lrN51RIR— vitialeo (@iggynices) August 26, 2023
What did fans say about Iggy Azalea's wardrobe malfunction?
A user wrote, "She lucky she didn’t get arrested."
Another user wrote, "The fact she could wear that to perform just shows haw 2 faced they are! Imagine a girl walking round Riyadh in that."
One more user wrote, "imagine being a woman and performing in that backwards country who treats you like a 4th class citizen. camels have more rights than you do over there. really pathetic."