Rapper Iggy Azalea has expressed concern that her Calabasas house will be lost to the forest fires that are raging in California.
The eruption, threatening residents in Calabasas, Hidden Hills and Malibu, has forced thousands of residents to flee the area.
The fancy-hit-maker, 28, took Friday the social media to express her fears when the fire spread: & # 39; I'm really worried about my home burning.
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I am genuinely concerned about my home burning & # 39; Rapper Iggy Azalea reveals her fear while her Calabasas mansion is threatened by Californian forest fires
"It's right on the gorge in Calabasas and I can not come home to my stuff now," she wrote on Twitter.
The Australian Mo Bounce singer, who moved to America at the age of 16, said she was seriously worried. became about the ordeal.
& # 39; All the updates about Azul in the Oaks are tweeted to me under this tweet. & # 39;
& # 39; I am (fortunately) not at home and do not really have much else to do with how the fire progresses, & # 39; tweeted the concerned star.
Iggy revealed that she was not at home when the fires raged, but shared a video of the view of her backyard.
The video, probably sent to her by a friend or co-worker of the property, shows rolling hills next to her house full of flames.
& # 39; Seriously anxious & # 39 ;: The 28-year-old shared a series of social media reports about the devastating eruption
Puffs of smoke prolonged the air in the video hundreds of meters.
More than 20 million people from both Southern California and Northern California have been warned under the red flag.
There are two forest fires in the south of the state and one in the north.
Terrifying! Iggy revealed that she was not at home when the fires raged, but shared a video of the view of her backyard