Iggy Azalea Sends Love to Single Parents Who Can't Bring 'Traditional Family Unit' in Holiday Season
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The 'Black Widow' raptress, who has been raising 1-year-old son Onyx on her own following her split from Playboy Carti, receives support from her fans after sharing her sweet message.

AceShowbiz - Iggy Azalea can relate to single parents' struggles. The "Fancy" hitmaker, who has been raising her baby boy Onyx on her own, recently sent love to those who can't bring "traditional family unit" for their children during the holiday season.

The 31-year-old femcee, born Amethyst Amelia Kelly, shared her sweet message on her Twitter page. "Sending love to all the single parents this holiday season. I know it's stressful trying to make s**t perfect & sometimes this time of year comes with sadness about not having that traditional family unit - but you got this & what you bring to the table is enough!!!" she penned.

Azalea's post has since been flooded with positive feedback from her online devotees. One fan in particular gushed, "Thanks IGGYAZALEA. This statement brings warmth in my heart especially from broken home son with sturggling mom. I wish I can make my mom proud about what I do and dreaming always to make my mom smile."

Another individual added, "May God bless you and onyx this holiday season....but hopefully you will find a partner that will fully complete your family ...bless up." A third person then chimed in, "God bless u and your little baby boy, all that matters is his and your happiness."

Azalea shares 1-year-old Onyx with Playboi Carti. After she split from the "Miss the Rage" rapper, the Australian native has taken the role of single mom. She even took her baby boy with her while she's on tour.

Back in September, the "Black Widow" raptress got candid about how it felt to balance motherhood and her career. "4 shows in a row with a baby who wakes my a** up at 6.30am daily is a fully blown test on my body's ability to recharge," she lamented. "Taking a much needed two day break now."

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