G-Eazy threw shade at ex Halsey on his new single, "I Wanna Rock."

The rapper dropped his collaboration with Gunna on Tuesday (October 15), in which he references his on-again-off-again relationship with the "Graveyard" singer by adding his own spin on the lyrics featured on the former couple's 2017 collab "Him and I."

"Not a one-hit wonder, this is why I'm hot/ No Limit, all I got is Me, Myself & I/ When we said it’s her and I, that shit was a lie," he raps on the track.

The "I Wanna Rock" music video also sees G-Eazy and another woman team up like Bonnie and Clyde to execute a heist in the city. Coincidentally, he also refers to him and Halsey as "2017 Bonnie and Clyde" on "Him and I."

Watch to G-Eazy's "I Wanna Rock" music video, below:

Of course, this isn't the first time either of them has dissed each other through their music. Halsey chart-topping hit, "Without Me" was basically an autobiographical look at her tumultuous relationship with G-Eazy.

"Gave love 'bout a hundred tries (hundred tries)/ Just running from the demons in your mind/ Then I took yours and made 'em mine (made 'em mine)/ I didn't notice 'cause my love was blind," she sings.

Halsey later confirmed the track was about him in an interview with Beats 1’s Zane Lowe. “I have this record where it’s just me,” she explained. “No wig, no colorful hair, no character, and it’s about my life and about my relationship that the world has watched so closely and so vehemently in the past year and a half.”

She also references her ex in Post Malone's “Die For Me,” in which she sings:

Settle down, I spell it out, it's simple enough
I came around, I figured out, should follow my gut
I don't play anymore, I went through your phone
And caught the girls in your DM's and took all them home
And I know it's been a while since the last time you heard from me
Grew into a savage and that's why they gave this verse to me
Turns out at shows 'cause they turn out at shows
I sold 15 million copies of a break-up note
Brought some strangers in our beds
And now you lost your right to privacy
Spilling all our secrets
When you thought they'd probably die with me
Know you fucking love it on the low
And you don't have to say I'm crazy
'Cause I know nothing's changed

Halsey and G-Eazy dated for a year before breaking up in July 2018. They got back together in August and even walked the American Music Awards red carpet together, however, they eventually called it quits for good in late October 2018.

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