AceShowbiz - The Weeknd's new song "Heartless" seemingly brings trouble to some relationships of fellow musicians. Lil Baby recently upset his girlfriend Jayda Cheaves after he quoted the lyrics of the new-released f**kboy anthem on Twitter.
"Never need a b***h im what a b***h need," so the "Drip Too Hard" rapper wrote on the blue bird app. Seemingly having enough of him, Jayda quickly responded to the tweet, writing, "Boy you better stfu."
Fans were giving mixed reaction to Jayda's reaction. One fan claimed s/he got "second hand embarrassment" from the post, while another one added, "He said wtf he said tho and he meant it!"
"at this point she wanna know who he talking about," another user noted. Meanwhile, someone else poked fun how "The Weeknd getting everybody in trouble" with his latest track.
Prior to this, Meek Mill rose his rumored girlfriend Milano Di Rouge's eyebrows when he took to Instagram to share a picture of himself and wrote two lyrics from "Heartless" in the caption. "I'm back to my ways cuz I'm heartless ..... all this money and this pain made me heartless," so he wrote.
The post unsurprisingly caught Milano's attention who later expressed her feelings in the comment section. "Boy You and these captions."
The Weeknd, whose real name is Abel Tesfaye", released "Heartless" on Tuesday, November 26. Unlike the songs from his latest EP "My Dear Melancholy", his new song has a more upbeat melody and has a slightly more hip-hop vibe.
Putting his signature elements that include fast cars and drugs, the Canadian superstar sings about trying to be a better man to no avail because he's fully aware that he's a "heartless" man. "And I'm back to my ways 'cause I'm heartless/ All this money and this pain got me heartless," The Weeknd sings. "Said I'm heartless/ Tryna be a better man, but I'm heartless."