Cupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity Break-Up: Halsey Opens Up About Split from G-EazyCupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity Break-Up: Halsey Opens Up About Split from G-Eazy

By Lauren Burczyk

In celebrity news, Halsey opens up about her celebrity breakup from G-Eazy. The duo, who performed “Him and I” together, split up in July after being together for one year. The off-and-on couple decided to fix their issues and get back together one month later.  According to, a source has said that by the end of October, the couple had broken up once and for all. Avoiding public backlash, Halsey never made a public statement regarding the split, but it is now speaking out about the end of the relationship. Halsey claims, “the biggest lesson I learned is to make art, not headlines,” she added, “because it can become quite easy, in the social media generation, to go from being a musician to becoming a personality.”

Celebrity dating can get just as messy as our own romantic lives. What are some ways of preventing the public backlash from getting you down after a breakup?

Cupid’s Advice:

The last thing anyone wants to deal with after a rough breakup is societal backlash. We have some ways to prevent getting hurt by adverse reactions from the public:

1. Avoid new romantic opportunities right away: Let’s face it, if someone says something hurtful, it’s hard to ignore it. It’s important to not give the public something to talk about and give yourself some time to heal before getting involved with someone new.

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2. Take a break from some of the activities you do in town: It’s good to keep participating in things you enjoy following a breakup, but it’s not necessary to force yourself to see people who are going to ask too many questions. Pick and choose which activities you still want to participate in and take a break from the others for a bit.

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3. Don’t feel bad about having to avoid certain people: If it seems too difficult to keep in close contact with your ex’s friends and relatives, who you’ve become close to, then take a little break from them. They may have their biases considering they’re people you met through your ex-partner. You can avoid talking to them if you want to protect yourself from any negative comments that will ultimately hurt you.

Can you think of any other ways to prevent public backlash from getting you down? Comment below.