Bebe Rexha Went Off On G-Eazy In A Now-Deleted Instagram Story

Bebe Rexha Went Off On G-Eazy In A Now-Deleted Instagram Story

New celebrity beef just dropped: Bebe Rexha called rapper G-Eazy an "ungrateful loser" in a now-deleted Instagram story.

Bebe Rexha attends a BMI event, dressed in a sleek, form-fitting black dress with a choker necklace. She poses in front of a BMI-branded backdrop
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The two worked together on the 2015 song "Me, Myself, & I," which has recently had a resurgence after going viral on TikTok. It remains the rapper's most popular song on Spotify. "Him & I," his collab with ex-partner Halsey, comes second.

G-Eazy on the red carpet, wearing a classic tuxedo with a white shirt, posing for photos
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On her Instagram story on Jun. 13, Bebe shared a screenshot from her management asking if she had "any interest in shooting social content with G-Eazy when in New York" tied to "Me, Myself, & I."

  Bebe Rexha / Via Instagram: @beberexha
Bebe Rexha / Via Instagram: @beberexha

Tagging G-Eazy, Bebe added, “You have my number. Why don’t you text me and ask me yourself you stuck up ungrateful loser. You’re lucky people are liking you again. Cause I could go in on all the shitty things you’ve done and how you treated me after giving you your only real hit.”

G-Eazy and Bebe Rexha posing together, G-Eazy in a leather jacket and Bebe Rexha in a leather crop top and matching pants

"Btw the answer is no. Hope you good," she concluded.

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Over on X, aka not-Twitter, Bebe later added that she removed the Instagram Story at the request of someone from her team. "I decided to remove it because it felt very negative and toxic. Sometimes trauma can lead us to react that way, and that period of my life was traumatizing," she explained.

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However, she continued, "I am writing this because I regret taking it down and I want to say that I still stand by what I said."

Bebe Rexha at a Billboard Women in Music event, wearing a strapless black leather dress with a sweetheart neckline, posing on the red carpet
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She then reshared a post saying that Halsey and Bebe "carried G-Eazy's career."

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Bebe has previously revealed that she originally wrote "Me, Myself & I" as a song called "I Don't Need Anything" and intended it to be released as her single. When a music executive passed on the song as her single, she claimed she approached G-Eazy to play him the song — and the rest is history.

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Gregg Deguire / WireImage

Guess we'll see if G-Eazy responds!