Iggy Azalea has hired Tory Lanez to executive produce her upcoming album, letter says



Iggy Azalea has hired Tory Lanez to executive produce her upcoming album, letter says

The Australian rapper urged the judge to consider a non-deportation sentence.

Iggy Azalea's letter to the judge regarding Tory Lanez's sentencing has been published in full, and people have had no shortage of shocked, amused, outraged, or outright shocked reactions. Furthermore, one of the most interesting parts of the letter has to do with the two artists' ongoing working relationship. In a part of the statement, the Australian rapper says that “if [Tory] can remain in the US after serving time, [she] would without hesitation hire him as an executive producer on [her] next album. "Actually - I already hired him for the job before his conviction!" she expressed.

By the way, this is one of the many defenses that Iggy Azalea made in relation to the character of the Canadian artist. In addition, she also asked Judge David Herriford to consider a sentence that would be "transformative rather than life-destroying". For example, the 33-year-old man wants this sentence not to involve deportation to Canada so that he can continue to support his family and have work and income during his imprisonment for being an artist in the US. it would be something you could be proud of,” Azalea stated.

Letter from Iggy Azalea to Tory Lanez

Of course, after the full disclosure of this letter, many people called her out for her explanatory Twitter post just days before. In it, Iggy Azalea stated that she has not been in contact with him for a long time. Many felt that point became moot after the letter appeared to indicate that she spoke with Tory Lanez in February of this year. Still, there are many nuances in Azalea's letter that the reality of Lanez's crimes overshadows. As she says, there is a difference between rehabilitative punishment and punitive incarceration, but with a case as toxic and divisive as this one, the threshold for forgiveness is lowered.

Meanwhile, this is one of the first times his future music career has come under significant scrutiny following his release. Many still haven't thought about what the next ten years have in store for him in terms of his career. That conversation is sure to happen soon, and it wouldn't be surprising if he could still play behind bars despite what he was sentenced to, as disappointing as that is for many. Regardless, stay tuned on HNHH for the latest news and updates on Tory Lanez and Iggy Azalea.

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