Iggy Azalea Saved Fiance Nick Young From Having a Typo Tattooed Across His Back: See the Picture Proof!

Nick Young and Iggy Azalea attends the 2014 MTV Video Music Awards.
Nick Young and Iggy Azalea attends the 2014 MTV Video Music Awards. Kevin Mazur/WireImage

Iggy Azalea has Nick Young’s back. The “Team” singer, 25, saved her man from getting “Born Reble” tattooed across his back.

“Guys, I wanna let you know. Nick cant spell and if it wasnt for the LOVE i have for him. He would have ‘BORN REBLE’ tatted across his back,” Azalea tweeted on Wednesday, April 27. “I came in half way thru his tattoo and noticed ‘BORN REBEL’ looked different to the way i remember it. … He really is lucky i mentioned it to him, I was gonna be petty and not say.”

The songstress then tweeted out picture proof of 30-year-old Young’s near fail in progress.

“See… Lucky I'm around @NickSwagyPYoung,” she tweeted at the Lakers player along with a snap of his ink halfway done, revealing what would have been an embarrassing mistake.

“Born Reblé,” Azalea later joked on Twitter.

Her declaration of love for the athlete comes after audio recorded by his Lakers teammate D’Angelo Russell surfaced last month of Young allegedly admitting to cheating on the “Black Widow” singer.

Despite the scandal, Azalea has informed fans that she’s decided to stick by her man.

"For the record, i havent broken up with Nick," the Australian rapper confirmed on April 18. "We are together and i would love to be given a little (a lot) of privacy on the matter.”

Last weekend the duo enjoyed a date night bowling at Lucky Strike Live in Hollywood, where Azalea beat Young with a score of 101. 

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