Rapper G-Eazy's life has become an open book since he gained prominence. Recently, he opened up about learning from his mistakes from past relationships. Check out his statement below.
Amercan rapper G-Eazy, who is also known as Gerald Earl Gillum, became a household name because of his catchy hit songs "I Mean It," "No Limit," and "Him & I."
Just as the 32-year-old musician is famous in the music scene, his romantic relationships are also widely known. However, G-Eazy seems up for a fresh and clean slate.
"And theoretically at least, you grow from your experiences and you hopefully learn from your mistakes, or the heartbreak and the hurt."
Having gone through failed relationships has helped G-Eazy identify the qualities he wanted in a potential partner. He hopes his future relationship will help him become a better person.
G-Eazy, who hails from Oakland, California, had been in high-profile relationships in the past - with "Pretty Little Liars" actress Ashley Benson and acclaimed pop singer Halsey.
The rapper was charged with misdemeanor assault.
In his new album, G-Eazy poured his emotions into the song "Breakdown," for which he collaborated with Demi Lovato. The song's music video depicted their struggles in their careers.
While the former Disney star emphasized her struggles after her controversial drug overdose, G-Eazy highlighted in the powerful track his previous legal troubles.
The music video's release comes just days after G-Eazy reportedly was arrested for allegedly hitting a man at the Standard Hotel in New York City. The rapper was charged with misdemeanor assault.
The hotel was also where one of the rapper's crew reportedly got into a public scuffle with socialite Daniel Chetrit, the son of real estate developer Joseph Chetrit.
The incident happened during New York Fashion Week. Daniel, who is friends with Kendall Jenner and Bella Hadid, was sent to the hospital after suffering injuries on his head.
G-Eazy was eventually released after the incident and was given a desk appearance ticket to appear in court at a later date. He then attended the 2021 MTV Video Music Awards in Brooklyn.