Olivia Rodrigo may be starting off 2022 single.
Fans of the break-up ballad genius may have noticed she UNFOLLOWED Faze on Instagram and the breakup rumors began to circulate.
The “Traitor” singer unfollowed both Adam Faze’s personal and professional accounts on the social media platform.
It’s worth mentioning that she is currently following zero accounts/people on Instagram.
Olivia Rodrigo Unfollows Her Boyfriend, Adam Faze
Olivia’s unfollow comes after Page Six reported on Faze reportedly packing up shop and moving from Los Angeles to New York.
The breakup rumors started circulating around New Year’s Eve after Faze and Rodrigo spent the holiday apart.
The 18-year-old also hinted at trouble in paradise during an interview with Vogue where she discussed the “best way to get over someone.”
“Besides cutting off all contact, I think it’s important to not only forgive them, but forgive yourself for letting everything happen,” she said. “That’s what I’ve learned.”
The two were last photographed together in November packing on PDA.
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Last June, the two sparked dating rumors after being photographed together at the “Space Jam: A New Legacy” movie event at Six Flags Magic Mountain in Santa Clarita, CA.
An insider close to the singer told E! News that Rodrigo attended the ‘Space Jam 2’ premiere party with Faze as her plus-one.
The insider confirmed Rodrigo introduced Faze as her “boyfriend.”
“Olivia was in great spirits celebrating Space Jam 2 last night,” the source shared with E! News. “They were really cute together and weren’t trying to hide their affection at all.”
@stuartbrazell Everyone was at the #spacejam2 party at #magicmountain #charlidamelio #lilhuddy #demilovato #spacejammovie ♬ Bad Habits – Ed Sheeran
The source revealed Rodrigo and Faze were together all night and rode “all the rides together” and even “held hands.”
In July, the two were photographed making out up against a car.
Olivia and Faze were photographed in Los Angeles holding onto each other as they leaned on an Audi.
In photos obtained by Page Six, Olivia was seen leaning into Adam and giving him a big ole’ kiss.
In another paparazzi pic, Olivia had her hands caressing his face.
Olivia was all smiles in yet another photo where she was seen hugging her new beau.
The “Good For You” singer was previously linked to her “High School Musical: The Musical: The Series” co-star, Bassett, which many believe to be the subject of her hit debut single, “Driver’s License.”
“That blonde girl’ was rumored to be Sabrina Carpenter.
The co-stars were rumored to be dating off-screen as well, so “Driver’s License” was basically her exposé on the breakup.
Olivia Spent New Year’s Eve Apart From Adam Faze
The “Good For You” singer never confirmed this; however, given the timing of the song’s release and the social media love Bassett and Carpenter were showing one another, it’s pretty obvious there was something suss going on.
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Despite all of her success and fame, last year Olivia faced major backlash from other artists who claimed she plagiarized their album aesthetics.
Courtney Love spoke out last week about her distaste for Rodrigo jacking the “sad prom queen” aesthetic from the Hole’s 1994 album cover for “Live Through This.”
Love took to her Facebook page to tell fans how she really felt.
She wrote, “Stealing an original idea and not asking permission is rude. There’s no way to be elegant about it.”
After claiming it was rude of Rodrigo to copy her idea, Love continued, “I’m not angry. It’s happened my whole career so I (don’t care),” Love wrote. “But manners is manners!”
She also commented that she awaits “her flowers” and a note from Rodrigo.
“I sure hope it’s long. Does Disney teach kids reading and writing ? God knows. Let’s see,” the singer wrote on Facebook.”
Furthermore, TikTok and Twitter drew comparisons between Rodrigo’s artwork and video for her No 1 single “Good 4 U” and the aesthetic used by US indie-rock band Pom Pom Squad. Both Rodrigo and the band’s front woman Mia Berrin are pictured wearing cheerleader outfits with long latex gloves, among other similarities.