In "Power," the larger than life video featuring P-Lo & Nef The Pharaoh, the carefree rapper is seen partying with a boat load of chicks while singing lyrics like: "My bitch got replaced when I found a better one." He also refers to keeping a model in his bed in the first verse of the song.
G-Eazy filmed the nearly four-minute footage around the Bay Area, cruising the streets in a Ferrari Spider and raging on a yacht with dozens of women while drinking bourbon. The song is off his surprise EP, The Vault, that he dropped in May.
It seems as if the Oakland born rapper is embracing the single life a whole lot better than Halsey, who has subtly and not-so-subtly taken jabs at her ex. Earlier this month, the "Bad at Love" singer made headlines when she broke down crying in concert over their breakup.
Over the weekend, she gave some advice to the crowd during her Atlantic City show, telling fans not to sleep with their exes.