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Iggy Azalea Says Goodbye To Social Media -- Again

Another day, another platform.

First Twitter, and now Instagram.

Iggy Azalea is taking an indefinite leave of absence for her second social media platform in as many months, as she announced on Friday morning (Mar. 6) that her management would be running the account.

"Until further notice Iggy's Instagram will be run by management," the caption reads. "Iggy is taking a break from social media. She loves all her Azaleans!!"

The news comes just a day after the 24-year-old uploaded a series of paparazzi images taken of her, with an impassioned caption that touched on the importance of personal privacy, while urging her fans to consider their role in times when hers is breached.

"This is me standing in front of my home, which has a 6ft high blacked out fence around it," she wrote. "No one should be made to feel like their own home is a prison because even your garden may be grounds for a photoshoot. I really just want to urge my fans to be aware of what you are enabling when posting these pictures. It is illegal to post images of someone in their home or property with a long range camera. I'm asking in the nicest way possible to please think twice about that. You're home is supposed to be your place of peace. I just want mine to be that too same as everyone else."

In late February, Iggy made the announcement that she'd be leaving Twitter -- a decision which she explained during an interview a few days later.

“Anyone’s happier when they’re not being verbally abused all day long,” she said, matter-of-factly.

She did say she'd return here and there, though, and fans would be able to distinguish her tweets from those of her management by the "IA" she would sign at the end. She did just that earlier this week, to celebrate a milestone in her career.

Until next time, Iggy. Enjoy your peace of mind.