Well that was fast. Just three months after going public with their romance, singer Kehlani and rapper YG are over.
The Oakland songstress, 24, announced their spilt via social media in a now-deleted tweet. The “Morning” singer also denied rumors that she’s already moved on to Canadian artist Tory Lanez.
“Because i keep seeing this. i’m addressing it. absolutely not. we made a song for my album,” Kehlani, who welcomed a baby with her ex, Javaughn, in March, wrote about Lanez. “I am single. and focused.”
YG, 29, recently posted an Instagram story confirming their relationship problems, cryptically warning Kehlani’s admirers to back off, writing, “What Young Thug Said: Don’t get shot tryna comfort my b—h while we goin thru it. I know where n—as live. Black ops.”
So what caused the relationship to go from 4 hunnid to zero so quickly?
The Compton rapper was spotted getting close to a mystery woman outside of a Los Angeles club in late October. While the “Go Loko” MC initially denied any wrong-doing, he later admitted to kissing the woman, with his team saying it was a “drunken moment” that got “carried away.”
“He was drunk, got carried away and it was very regretful for putting himself in that situation and hurting Kehlani. He has no romantic connection to the girl, just a drunken moment carried away,” his team said in a statement to The Shade Room.
Kehlani initially stuck by her man but then deleted all posts of the two of them from her Instagram. She also dropped a song on November 13 called “You Know Wassup,” in which she sings about still wanting to be “Mrs. Jackson” (YG’s last name) but gets candid about a whole slew of their relationship problems.
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