Us Weekly confirmed on February 8, 2021, that the pair had called it quits after less than one year together. What went wrong? A source told the publication that “things took a hard turn for the worse.”
“They were arguing all the time and it wasn’t good for either of them,” the insider told Us Weekly. “Ashley is the one who ended things.”
Romance rumors first started swirling between in May 2020. The pair were caught smooching in a video that went viral weeks after news broke that the Pretty Little Liars alum had split from Cara Delevingne after two years together. In November 2020, a source told Us Weekly that the couple is “having fun and doing well.”
“They’re super comfortable with each other and have bonded a ton during the quarantine,” the insider said, adding, “Ashley and G-Eazy have become super serious. But not in terms of an engagement, marriage or a baby yet.”
These comments came after G-Eazy — whose real name is Gerald Earl Gillum — spoke out about his relationship with the actress for the first time on October 16, 2020.
“She’s an exceptionally talented person in many different spaces,” he told Entertainment Tonight. “She’s a special one. Obviously, she’s a great actress, but, you know, getting to work with her and putting her in front of a microphone and watching her sing so effortlessly, she has this very special tone of voice and texture and something that’s very innate to her given that’s not her first job or what she’s known for. It just blew me away that you can have such a hidden, special talent that the world doesn’t get to see as often.”
Now, J-14 decided to break down this whirlwind romance from the beginning. Scroll through our gallery for a look inside Ashley and G-Eazy’s relationship.
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