Australian rapper Iggy Azalea denied a report that claimed she has made a sex tape, and called those attempting to profit from such videos a “sex offender.” According to a TMZ report, which cited the Australian singer's legal team, the singer might have featured in a sex tape made without her knowledge.

Azalea took to Twitter on Thursday and posted a series of tweets denying the claims.

TMZ reported that the legal team of the "Fancy" singer revealed that the sex tape could be that of Azalea, but it was highly probable that it was shot when she was underage. The lawyers also said, according to the celebrity gossip website, that it was likely that Azalea’s former boyfriend was trying to damage her reputation for revenge.

Steven Hirsch, founder of the adult entertainment company Vivid Entertainment, reportedly claimed that he had seen the video and alleged that it was being shopped around.

"There is little doubt in my mind that the person that I saw in the teaser of images from the tape is Iggy Azalea,” Hirsch told E! News.

According to TMZ, Hirsch said that the tape could beat the sales record set by Kim Kardashian’s sex tape.

"I believe there would be a huge demand for her sex tape," Hirsch said in a press release, according to E! News. "Iggy has proved that she's an amazing talent...We are conducting our due diligence and if we are satisfied with our review, we will definitely try to make a deal to distribute the tape."