Bebe Rexha Calls Out G-Eazy: ‘Ungrateful Loser’

Rexha calls out G-Eazy as “ungrateful loser” over social media content request

Bebe Rexha and G-Eazy perform at the MTV Europe Music Awards in Rotterdam, Netherland in November 2016. (PHOTO: VIA PEOPLE, DAVE HOGAN/MTV 2016/GETTY)
Bebe Rexha and G-Eazy perform at the MTV Europe Music Awards in Rotterdam, Netherland in November 2016. (PHOTO: VIA PEOPLE, DAVE HOGAN/MTV 2016/GETTY)

On Thursday, June 13, singer-songwriter Bebe Rexha, 34, took to social media to air her grievances with rapper G-Eazy, 35, referring to him as an “ungrateful loser” in a now-deleted Instagram Stories post.

The incident followed a request from Rexha’s team about potentially collaborating on social media content with G-Eazy in New York, which she declined.

Rexha and G-Eazy, whose real name is Gerald Earl Gillum, previously teamed up for the hit song “Me, Myself & I” in 2015.

The duo also worked together on Rexha’s 2017 album All Your Fault: Pt. 1 for the track “F.F.F.” (F— Fake Friends). However, their professional relationship seems to have soured since then.

In her Instagram Stories post, Rexha expressed frustration that G-Eazy didn’t contact her directly about the potential collaboration.

Bebe Rexha and G-Eazy at Stay Amped "A Concert to End Gun Violence" in Washington, DC in March 2018.(PHOTO: VIA PEOPLE, KEVIN MAZUR/GETTY)
Bebe Rexha and G-Eazy at Stay Amped “A Concert to End Gun Violence” in Washington, DC in March 2018.(PHOTO: VIA PEOPLE, KEVIN MAZUR/GETTY)

“@geazy you have my number,” she wrote. “Why don’t you text me and ask me yourself you stuck up ungrateful loser. You’re lucky people are liking you again.”

Rexha did not hold back in her criticism, hinting at unresolved issues and mistreatment. “Cause I could go in on all the s—ty things you’ve done and how you treated me after giving you your only real hit,” she added.

Despite her harsh words, she concluded her message with a seemingly conciliatory note: “Btw the answer is no. Hope you good,” accompanied by a peace emoji.

Shortly after posting, Rexha removed the Instagram story, explaining her decision on X (formerly known as Twitter). “Someone from my team had me take down my Instagram story.

I decided to remove it because it felt very negative and toxic,” she wrote. “Sometimes trauma can lead us to react that way, and that period of my life was traumatizing. I am writing this because I regret taking it down and I want to say that I still stand by what I said.”

This public fallout contrasts sharply with the pair’s previous sentiments about their working relationship. In a 2017 interview with HipHopDX, Rexha spoke positively about her collaboration with G-Eazy, saying, “It’s interesting, we’re like the same person. We’re both 27.

We both went to school for music management. We love music. I think we’re just kind of on the same wavelength when it comes to just wanting to be iconic.

Working with him is just such an incredible energy and chemistry. I think we have an amazing chemistry when it comes to music.”

G-Eazy also reflected on their partnership in a 2016 “How I Wrote That Song” segment on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.

Bebe Rexha and G-Eazy arrive at KIIS FM's Jingle Ball in Los Angeles in November 2018. (PHOTO: VIA PEOPLE, GREGG DEGUIRE/WIREIMAGE)
Bebe Rexha and G-Eazy arrive at KIIS FM’s Jingle Ball in Los Angeles in November 2018. (PHOTO: VIA PEOPLE, GREGG DEGUIRE/WIREIMAGE)

He described their collaboration process as a “blind date” set up by a mutual friend, where Rexha’s initial demo of “Me, Myself & I” resonated deeply with him. “Those lyrics really stood out to me.

I just felt like, ‘Wow, this is something really big. Something universal that the world would feel, but that I feel and relate to where my head is at right now,’” he said.

Despite their past creative synergy, Rexha’s recent comments suggest lingering animosity. The singer’s decision to publicly call out G-Eazy indicates unresolved issues between the two artists.

Her choice to initially post, then delete, and subsequently reaffirm her stance on Twitter, underscores the emotional complexity and frustration tied to their history.

This incident is a reminder of the turbulent nature of relationships within the music industry, where collaboration and personal dynamics often intertwine.

As both artists continue their careers, the public fallout serves as a snapshot of unresolved conflicts and the potential for reconciliation or continued discord.

For now, fans of both Rexha and G-Eazy are left to speculate on the specific events that led to this recent outburst.

The story highlights the challenges artists face in balancing professional collaboration with personal grievances, and how social media can serve as both a platform for expression and a battleground for disputes.

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