Back in July, Halsey confirmed her split from G-Eazy via her Instagram Story, saying that the pair were “taking some time apart.” The two artists originally began dating last summer before publicly announcing their relationship in September 2017.
Halsey added: “I normally keep this kind of thing private but provided our public nature I feel the need to inform my fans. G-Eazy and I are taking some time apart.”
Meanwhile, the feud between G-Eazy and Machine Gun Kelly continues as the two continue to spat over social media and song thanks to their shared interest in Halsey.
Recently on ‘Bad Boy’, G-Eazy rapped “MGK please stop trolling me, get over me / You wanna be me…Call a Uber, turn on the radio, imagine hearing me / ‘Him & I’s” on, mad you’re listening to Halsey sing to me…”
After the release, Machine Gun Kelly then shared photos of him and G-Eazy sporting similar hairstyles. The photo was captioned “I f***** his girl now he looks like me this shit overbearing”. The caption was later deleted and updated to “#miniME#stoplyingaboutFINLAND#alllyourfriendsknow.”
Halsey recently hit out at the MTV VMA’s after her absence sparked speculation from fans. The ‘Hopeless Fountain Kingdom‘ singer responded on social media, explaining that she’d grown frustrated after failing to receive a single nomination despite directing all of her recent music videos.
Halsey tweeted: “I directed all my own music videos this album just to have @MTV “#wcw” me to death and not nominate me for anything so it didn’t feel right to go. I’m happy you guys liked the videos. That’s all that matters to me.”
Meanwhile, Machine Gun Kelly was the subject of criticism last week from Enimem, after the release of his surprise new album, ‘Kamikaze.’
Despite citing Enimem as one of his greatest influences, the rapper turned on Machine Gun Kelly in 2012 over comments the rapper made about his daughter. On new track ‘Not Alike’, Eminem reignites the feud, telling the rapper he shouldn’t sneak-diss.”