Australian rapper Iggy Azalea uploaded a new photo on Instagram Stories and she got emotional after receiving a heart-melting message by a fan who struggling to stay sober from alcohol and drugs.
A 51-year-old man who lives in Minnesota sent an emotional letter to Iggy and penned down a sweet story that he experienced with his 12-year-old dog named Lola.
In his letter, he said that when he was playing Iggy’s song, ‘Lola,’ his dog notices her own name in the song and comes running to him and then dances with him. He continued and said that because of this situation of his dog, they danced together at least four times a day. Therefore, he said he hasn’t been used alcohol and drugs for 30 days.
Here’s what he wrote:
“I’m a 51-year-old man, always loved her music. I’m struggling to stay sober from alcohol and methamphetamines. I have a 12-year-old deaf dog named Lola and recently I started to notice that when I was playing her amazing song “Lola” my dog comes running to me to dance with me. My dog can hear her name in the song and it has changed my life. We now dance together at least 4 times a day.”
Iggy Azalea collaborated with British singer/songwriter, Alice Chater, for ‘Lola,’ which was released on November 7, 2020. This song was published via Empire Records, and it’s also one of the tracks from the ‘Wicked Lips’ album.
The 51-year-old fan thanked Iggy and Alice for contributing to his changing life and saving his life. Finally, he finished his letter with following words:
“I wish I could thank her and Alice Chater personally for my 30 days of sobriety from everything tomorrow. It’s been hell but this helps me so much. Thank you Ms. Azalea and Ms. Chater and Empire Records. You are saving my life here in northern Minnesota. And it’s one of the best songs I have ever heard.”
Iggy took to IG Stories to congratulate him for staying away from alcohol and drugs with a simple note. She wrote:
“If you wrote this, it made its way to me. Congrats on 30 days and counting.”
See the Instagram photo below.
You can also listen to ‘Lola’ below.