In his latest track featuring Tory Lanez and Tyga, the ‘Me, Myself and I’ hitmaker and his collaborators are rapping about a friends-with-benefits situation.
AceShowbiz –G-Eazy seemingly had Megan Thee Stallion in his mind when he wrote the bars in his latest song “Still Be Friends”. The 30-year-old rapper released the new track on Friday, February 7, just days after he sparked romance rumors with the “Hot Girl Summer” hitmaker.
In the song featuring Tory Lanez and Tyga, G-Eazy and his collaborators are rapping about a friends-with-benefits situation, seemingly hinting at his fling with the raptress. “King of the Bay/ Getting dome on my throne,” the “No Limit” emcee spits his lines, “She not my girlfriend/ No, we just friends.”
Tory poses the question, “Can we f**k and still be friends though?” before T-Raww delivers his infectious verse. “Like I’m Adam Sandler/ She call me Big Daddy/ I’m insane in the brain/ What you know ’bout it?” he asks.
The song marks the first new music from G-Eazy since he released his EP “Scary Nights ” in October 2019. He’s now readying a new full album which is expected to arrive later his year.
His new music aside, G-Eazy and Megan sparked a speculation about their relationship status after they were caught on camera getting cozy at a pre-Super Bowl party in Miami over the weekend. The “I Mean It” rapper then fueled the rumors by posting on his account a photo of the “Diamonds” rapper along with a bunch of blue heart emoticons in the caption.
He later posted on Instagram Stories a steamy video of him and the 24-year-old femcee making out. She wrapped her arm around her rumored boyfriend’s neck as he sucked on her face and rubbed her thighs.
Despite their public display of affection, Megan later denied that they’re an item. “Lol alright nowww y’all got all y’all jokes out but I am not f**king G Eazy (sic),” she tweeted earlier this week. A fan then asked why G-Eazy had been “sucking the makeup off” her face, to which she replied, “He like Fenty,” referring to Rihanna‘s Fenty Beauty line.
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