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The fallout continues from a leaked tape that seems to show NBA star Nick Young admitting that he cheated on his fiance Iggy Azalea, and now the singer appears to be having second thoughts about saying "I do."

Iggy took to Twitter on March 30 and answered several fans questions about her relationship status. Clearly, she isn't exactly ready to forgive and forget. She's also doing nothing to curb suspicion that she is on the verge of calling off the wedding.

"What's up with you and nick now..," one person asked her, to which she replied, "Nothing really. I'm chillin for now."

She responded to another person who indicates that there's a girl who has "proof" of Nick's unfaithfulness.

"If theres proof of cheating, shed be doing me a favor to post it actually," Iggy said. "I'm not [trying to] marry a cheater."

The pop star and Nick got engaged last summer and have spoken openly about their wedding.

However, things were thrown into flux this week after Nick's Lakers teammate D'Angelo Russell secretly recorded him speaking about other women. D'Angelo, who has been shunned by his fellow teammates, acknowledged that he shot the video, but has maintained that he doesn't know how it got leaked.

"Hmm i see D Angelo Russell is trending … I actually liked his film. Thanks bro," Iggy tweeted after the tape was made public.

On March 30, in the middle of the firestorm, Iggy stepped away from social media for a leisurely horseback ride. Photos show her looking solemn.

Nick is reportedly trying to salvage his relationship and several sports media outlets have indicated that Nick is seeking advice from Kobe Bryant, who has his own highly-publicized history of infidelity.

Things within the Lakers' organization are ugly.

"I feel as sick as possible," D'Angelo said on March 30 before a game in which he was viscously booed at by Lakers fans. "I wish I could make things better right away but I can't."

Several sports reports indicate that D'Angelo apologized to Nick and Nick accepted. However, a now-deleted tweet by Nick seemed to contradict that.

"What I accept?" he said before taking the tweet down. Publicly, he didn't want to address the tape or his relationship with Iggy either.

"I don't want to get into my personal life right now," he said on March 30. "I think it's best me and D'Angelo handle the situation we have in a private manner, outside the media. I think it's something we really do need to sit down and talk about."