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Iggy Azalea Returns Engagement Ring To Nick Young But Scores Big By Snagging The Vintage Chevy Impala — Here's Why…

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The division of property after a breakup is never easy — especially when the couple was once engaged.

Although, it seems Iggy Azalea and Nick Young were able to come to an agreement following their very public split this past weekend. As you may know, many speculated that the Fancy rapper had the NBA star's belongings removed from her property when the 1962 Chevy Impala she gave Nick for Christmas in 2014 was spotted being towed.

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Before you get too excited, Miz Azalea's since clarified that she didn't have her ex's car dragged away as she was just moving out of Nick's pad. Regardless, it's now being said that the ride was towed since Iggy is the one keeping it. Hmmm, go on.

Still, Nick didn't walk away empty handed from his split with the blonde beauty as she gave him back her engagement. Ouch!

According to TMZ, the Australian native and the Los Angeles Lakers player struck a deal where Nick would get his ring back but Iggy got to keep the Impala. Now you may think the 31-year-old scored bigger since he got the diamond that's worth around $500,00 while Iggy kept the blue whip which is only worth $100,000… but by California law if nuptials are called off the ring is supposed to go back to the purchaser.

As for the Impala? Well, since the car was a Christmas gift Young didn't actually need to give it back to his former flame. Well played, Iggy. Well played!

[Image via WENN.]

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