Ghanaian Musician, Eazzy has opened up about her past relationship experiences and has stated vehemently that she has never cheated on any of her five ex-boyfriends. Revealing certain hidden facts about herself, Eazzy shared her encounters with men she once dated in the industry.
She made known the fact that she has never cheated in a relationship and that none of her ex-boyfriends can ever accuse her of that.
“I don’t cheat on any of my boyfriends. I’ve never cheated on any of my boyfriends. I’m telling you the gospel truth. No boyfriend of mine can ever say that,” she stated on hitz Fm
She exposed a few of her ex-boyfriends for being unfaithful and indicated that the reason for her unsuccessful relationships is because most of the men she dated were fond of cheating on her. Eazzy disclosed a cheating story involving one of her famous ex-boyfriends whom she hinted to be Keita Osei Massai, the younger brother of Reggie Rockstone.
She claimed that the relationship in particular ended after she found out that he was cheating on her with the girlfriend of another man in the industry on social media.
“I was told. I found out on twitter. Someone tweeted and said, ‘Oh, I just saw so so and so in the club.
“Other artistes who are also my friends hit me up and were like ‘Charley we saw your man at the club’ and I’m like eerrrhh eerrhhh. And I have heard about it three four times so I started digging. Started finding out information and oh, it had already happened,” Eazzy said.
According to the Ghanaian female rapper, she asked her then boyfriend if there was any truth to the accusations and he again lied to her by denying them.
“I started asking him and he said, ‘Oh no, it’s not that. Me and her were just chilling in the club’ and stuffs like that.”
Eazzy admitted that she was hurt by the turn of events and was heartbroken.
“The confusion was very real. I was like wow, what is this? It didn’t feel good. It’s not like I’m angry or bitter or anything. But once we are done, we are done.”
She has released “Kpakposhito”, “Nana” featuring Stonebwoy, “Forever” featuring Mr Eazi, “Power” featuring Shatta Wale, as well as the solo Hiplife/Afrobeats single “Obaa Gbemi”.