Earlier this year Halsey made headlines after announcing she was "disappointed" in the American Music Awards for the lack of female representation among the 2017 nominees.It's this authenticity that G-Eazy finds so attractive — and what he believes is at the root of Halsey's success.Brittney Yevette Griner (born October 18, 1990) is an American professional basketball player who currently plays for the Phoenix Mercury in the Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA) and in Russia for UMMC Ekaterinburg.She played college basketball at Baylor University in Waco, Texas.He's immediately handed two separate i Phones and starts fielding a swarm of messages, every bit the hit-pumping, pop star-dating, and Britney Spears-kissing megastar."It's literally climbing a tree," G-Eazy says of success. "The higher you climb the more visible you become, then the branches get thinner and the more-wobbly the tree gets, and the more people there are standing under that tree waiting for you to fall."But what does one do when they reach the top? In 2012, she received the Best Female Athlete ESPY Award.Griner was recently on the USA Olympic Women's team, where she helped lead them to victory.
Gerald Earl Gillum is G-Eazy again, as slick as he just walked off an MGM set in the '50s.He speaks quietly and intently, forcing those around him to pay close attention.Cloaked in an umbrella cape and at his hairdresser's mercy, the 6'4" superstar seems small, although G-Eazy has arguably never been bigger than he is right now. He was recently awarded "Favorite Rapper" at the MTV European Music Awards. Oh, and he's dating America's sweetheart, singer Halsey — a match truly made in publicist heaven.Scott Fitzgerald's famous novel about a couple's obsession with decadence and high societal-validation leading to their moral degradation and eventual mental decline.The rapper says it took him the better part of six years living out Hollywood's best-known cliché (sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll) to realize he was facilitating his own demise.