"Saudi Arabia… Wasssssss…. probably the worst possible place to have my pants split & unfortunately I wasn't permitted to end the show️," the "Fancy" rapper captioned an Instagram post about the incident.
"BUT silver lining," she added. "The promoters were amazingly kind to me & the PEOPLE who came were the absolute most supportive."
Azalea continued: "I love you guys this was not what I intended for the show but it’s a memory I’ll have forever & ultimately showed me how kind, loving & supportive people can be while you're having such an embarrassing moment."
Not only did the mother-of-one take to Instagram about the event, she also penned a message on X, formerly known as Twitter.
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To conclude Azalea penned, "Lol I'm cool I just didn't want the fans to be sad or angry at the show organizers cause it wasn't their control or mine it was the police at the side of stage."
A source close to the musician later confirmed that Azalea "got through majority of her set" before the government shut her performance down.
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"Iggy hopes to revisit and that this doesn't prevent her from coming back," the insider said.
News.com.au reported on the source's comments.