Iggy Azalea is being sued for about $300,000 by American Express for unpaid credit amounting to the lawsuit money.
E! News reports that Azalea owes the multinational financial services corporation exactly $299,147.81, according to the court documents that they obtained.
"Defendant became indebted to Plaintiff in the sum of $299,147.81, for a balance due on a book account in writing for money lent by Plaintiff to Defendant ant Defendant's request," a statement on the filed lawsuit reads, The Wrap confirmed.
It also stated that even though American Express has demanded payment, the "Fancy" rapper has not paid any amount.
The filed lawsuit was also attached to the music artist's credit card statement, showing the almost $300,000 that Azalea owes American Express.
Aside from her outstanding balance, the lawsuit is also requiring Azalea to pay the court fees.
This isn't the first time Azalea has been caught up in a money feud.
In April 2016, Azalea received a tax lien from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) amounting to $391,056.55, which was the music artist's unpaid taxes from two years prior.
However, the "Black Widow" singer took to Twitter then that that wasn't really the case and that media only blew her situation out of proportion. But she still clarified in a post that she is paying for the balance in monthly installment.
"The IRS gave the option to pay them monthly or lump sum. i picked monthly, who wouldnt?" her post reads.
Azalea has an album coming up, titled "Digital Distortion." The album was originally slated to be released in June 2017. However, the launch was scrapped and hasn't been given a new date. The artist could be relying on the future sales of her upcoming album to pay her debt.
Azalea has yet to publicly respond to the news.