By Caleb Taylor For Daily Mail Australia
Published: 08:00 BST, 1 July 2019 | Updated: 08:00 BST, 1 July 2019
Rapper Iggy Azalea regularly champions LGBTI+ rights.
And the 29-year-old singer voiced her support for the community once again in Chicago, Illinois on Saturday.
The Fancy singer stormed the stage for the city's inaugural Pride in the Park event, as part of gay pride celebrations over the weekend.
She's Fancy! Rapper Iggy Azalea, 29, flaunted her famous curves while storming the stage for Chicago's inaugural Pride in the Park on Saturday, as part of the city's Pride Month events
The Australian born singer performed several of her hits as she lit up the stage with a number of her signature bump and grinds.
Iggy showed her support for minorities, calling on the invisible fight that still exists for the LGBTI+ commuity.
'To a lot of people, you guys are still invisible and you have to fight every day just to be who you are,' Iggy said, passionately.
Speaking out: At one point, Iggy hugged a fan: 'To a lot of people, you guys are still invisible and you have to fight every day just to be who you are,' she said, passionately.
'That's why we've gotta