Yungblud And Halsey Go Instagram Official Following Her Breakup With Rapper G-Eazy
On Wednesday, Halsey shared a photo of herself, seemingly proving that she has a brand new man in her life. The 24-year-old singer shared a photo with Yungblud, her rumored boyfriend yesterday on the 2nd of January. Halsey posted a photo with Yungblud in which she walked alongside the rock musician in his country, England. He wraps his arm around her back and she wrote in the caption, "Camden: now with a cuter filter."
The pair has been spotted several times since November, however, this new Instagram post marks the first moment where she appears to make it look official for all of her fans and followers to see. In other words, they've made it Instagram official.
As it was previously reported, Halsey and G-Eazy called it off yet again three months ago. Their on-and-off relationship has ended an innumerable amount of times since they first began dating.
Initially, they were in a relationship together for 9 months before finally calling it off in July 2018. They got back together a month later and then broke up again in October.
A source who spoke with Us Weekly said they "just can't seem to get past their previous issues." At G-Eazy's Halloween party, he allegedly was "all over" other girls right in front of her - probably revenge for her choice to hook up with MGK on their break.
And after their second split, Halsey and G-Eazy again stopped following each other on social media. Since then, the rapper has been spotted getting comfortable with the production designer, Christina Roseanne Ray, although, reports indicate it's nothing serious.
As it was mentioned above, during the summer months, Halsey and G-Eazy's relationship was called into question yet again after fellow rapper, Machine Gun Kelly, bragged about sleeping with her on Funkmaster Flex's radio show.
It was a shortlived beef which lasted with only two diss-tracks in total but earned significant media attention for a short amount of time. Afterward, MGK released a diss-track against Eminem, in what was arguably the most publicized beef in 2018, next to the one between Drake and Pusha-T, and then Kanye and Drake.