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May 14, 2021

A lot of fuss about a little bit of boob

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Not that anyone from Mullumbimby ever bared their boobs, or anyone from the Byron Shire for that matter…

What is just ‘meh’ for us on the north coast is news for the world, and international music and mainstream media have gone a little dizzy in the last 24 hours and it’s all because of a Mullumbimby lass’s nipples.

Featuring rapper T.I., the video clip for Iggy Azalea’s (aka Amethyst Amelia Kelly) new song Change Your Life shows her lounging on a diving board in a see-through mesh bikini top, then a split second of rouge-enhanced bare breast before moving on to the big production sequence à la Las Vegas showgirl.

News of the clip is clogging the showbiz sections of papers worldwide including Rupert Murdoch’s London Sun and its direct competition the Daily Mirror. Even the respected Huffington Post has got in on the act.

In all, 27 publications have jumped on the new clip in just 24 hours.

So once you get over the novelty of the nipple (puh-lease) enjoy the clip. The song is great; the producers have spared no dollars. Enjoy!

* Oh yes – nudity and language warning blah, blah, blah.


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  1. I just watched one of her clips called Pussy. She should not be promoted to children. That clip features a little boy climbing on her back while she is singing explicitly about Pussy as per the song title. She should [not be] revered. This thing is part of the problem.


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