When Iggy Azalea’s ex-boyfriend and former manager Hefe Wine announced he was shopping a sex tape to Vivid Entertainment starring himself and the come-to-life version of Marcus Copeland as Tiffany Wilson, Iggy denied it was her, claiming she never made a sex tape. Then her lawyers sort of took it back, saying that yeah, maybe it is her in the sex tape, but she was underage when she made it, so any sicko trying to sell that shit will get a visit from Chris Hansen.
Then when it was revealed that, yeah, maybe she was over 18 when she made it, Iggy’s lawyers informed Hefe that Vivid can’t legally purchase the tape from him, because he doesn’t have written permission from both parties (keep that in mind the next time one of Kim Kardashian’s delusional disciples tries to convince you that drowsy hooker’s sex tape was “leaked”). And since Iggy never signed off on that shit, she breathed a sigh of relief and went back to drizzling spicy dipping sauce all over her Outback Bloomin’ Onion butt.
But that sleazeball is back once again to inform Iggy and her lawyers that he DOES have Iggy’s written permission. Sort of. According to TMZ, Iggy signed an agreement with Hefe back in 2009 that gives him exclusive rights to “manufacture, sell, distribute and advertise any recording embodying visual images.” Technically the contract is for records and music videos, but Hefe claims all he has to do is put one of Iggy’s old songs under the sex tape and he then he legally has the rights to sell it. Additionally, the contract states that he has the legal right to host and maintain a website to market Iggy’s work, so technically he can make a website and try to post the sex tape there.
Essentially, this whole Iggy Azalea sex tape business is turning into a messy XXX Australian version of “Anything You Can Do” from Annie Get Your Gun. Anything her lawyers do, Hefe can do better. It’s not her! Yes it is! She’s not 18! Yes she is! You can’t release it! Yes I can, yes I can, YES I CAAAAN!!
Literally the only way they can prevent this tape from being sold is if the Wayans brothers were to come forward with a copy of White Chicks and claim that the sale of Iggy’s sex tape violates copyright infringement laws.