WORDS WITH FRIENDS: IGGY AZALEA ON “DEFRAY”
In a new series, Deputy Editor Mathias Rosenzweig has artists and celebrities define lesser-known words.
Iggy Azalea is known for having a way with words. In fact, her strength for rhetoric, rhythm and puns garnered her debut album, The New Classic, a Grammy nomination. Fresh off the release of her latest project, In My Defense, we’re facing The Second Coming of Iggy; one that addresses the scandals and bites back at the critics with music that is perhaps her least apologetic ever, which says a lot for the rap starlet.
So what of it? We’ve asked Iggy to premiere our new #WordsWithFriends series. For this episode, Iggy educates us about a relatively unknown word and explains how she relates to its meaning. Professor Azalea is coming in hot for Back To School Season. Check it out, below.
Defray: /dəˈfrā/provide money to pay (a cost or expense).
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I don’t know how the game “Words With Friends” works, and it seems lame, but I stole the name for my new series for V Magazine. I’m picking some of my favorite baby angels to define lesser known words and then talk about how they relate to the meaning. Here's #IggyAzalea defining "Defray" and explaining why she likes to spend other people's money lol. Who should be on #WordWithFriends" next? Check it out on VMagazine.com