While Iggy Azalea‘s star may not shine as brightly as it once did, from time to time she can still cause a stir in social media, even if it’s for reasons other than her music. Today she’s garnering some coverage from the world of streetwear because she posted up images of herself wearing a custom box logo Supreme body suit.
If you’re a fan of the brand, you know that her bodysuit is fake because Supreme doesn’t make product for women. Azealea isn’t the first woman to wear custom Supreme clothing. Kim Kardashian work a custom Supreme bikini in August 2016, and Lady Gaga was shot by Terry Richardson wearing a Supreme t-shirt made to look like a bodysuit for a 2011 photoshoot.
It’s not known who made Azalea’s bodysuit, but there are quite of few people out there who offer reworked box logo Supreme bikinis, all of which are no doubt violating trademark rules.
Musically, Azalea just dropped a single featuring Lil Uzi Vert titled “Can’t Lose.” The single is part of a Def Jam compilation titled Direct Deposit 2.
The sad part of this story is that the single is generating less attention than the Supreme bodysuit. Azalea promises she will be releasing lots more music this month and says an album, despite delays, is still forthcoming.