Not so fast!!
As you’ve likely seen by now, Ashley Benson has been romantically linked to G-Eazy following her split from Cara Delevingne. However, she’s not tied down just yet! An Us Weekly confidant spilled:
“They are hanging out and seeing each other, but it’s not serious.”
Plus, an E! News source doubled-down on the claim that things are not serious yet between them, and if anything it’s barely a relationship! They shared:
“Ashley and G-Eazy aren’t dating but are definitely hanging out and having fun right now. It’s a good distraction for Ashley. They connected after working together recently, but have been friends for awhile now and also have a few mutual friends.”
Apparently they vibe well thanks to their “free spirits” and “carefree attitudes,” which totally adds up if they’re taking baby steps for the time being.
The insider added:
“They have bonded over that and really get along. They are both funny and love being chill while sitting at home and laughing for hours. It’s definitely nothing serious but they are enjoying time together right now.”
While it’s not crystal clear what is going on with this laid-back pair, one person who couldn’t be less bothered is Cara. On Thursday afternoon, the supermodel made it clear she wasn’t down for fans bothering her ex about romance rumors:
“It’s more important now than ever to spread love, not hate. To everyone hating on @AshleyBenson please stop. You don’t know the truth, only her and I do and that’s exactly how it should be.”
We doubt that will really stop people, TBH… but let’s hope it lessens the volume!
Someone else close to the situation is Ash’s sister Shaylene Benson, who captioned an Instagram Story selfie on Friday:
“Morning thought: people can be so mean on social media it’s really disappointing. Especially when they know nothing about you, the situation, or what you may be going through. My heart breaks for you sis. Ugh.”
Super telling! Later on Friday, Shaylene jumped back on her IG Story to ensure that nothing she previously shared was “taken out of context.”
“Sometimes relationships end and speaking from experience, it’s not necessarily your fault. Maybe it’s no ones fault! Maybe it’s what the other person wanted and felt in their heart was the right thing to do for them. So at the end of the day, it was their choice not yours to end the relationship. I’m not a professional love doctor but maybe it’s good to allow yourself the opportunity to let go since it’s out of your control and move forward whatever that looks like for you…To heal.”
She went on to seemingly reference that her sis and the rapper formed their connection over music:
“And it’s okay if you decide to heal through music and collaborate with other artists. And if a spark happens. It’s not a crime when you’re single. I mean a lot of people meet through working together and if there is a connection, great! Do what you want. It’s no ones business.”
Thoughts on all of this, Perezcious readers?? Let us know (below) in the comments what your take is!!
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