Ne-Yo Praised by GF Arielle Hill for 'Accountability' on New Song '2 Million Secrets'

The 'So Sick' hitmaker receives a supportive message from Arielle Hill after sharing a video from his Tiny Desk Concert performance of the forthcoming track.

AceShowbiz - Ne-Yo has been showered with praise by one of his girlfriends. After teasing his new song titled "2 Million Secrets", the "Let Me Love You (Until You Learn to Love Yourself)" singer was applauded by Arielle Hill for his "accountability" on the upcoming track.

On Monday, April 29, Arielle took to Instagram Stories to share her thoughts on the unreleased single. She gushed, "Proud of you. Accountability...owning your s**t. And not letting anyone tell you different about yourself."

Arielle went on to write, "Everyone messes up but a lot of people will not admit it." She further said, "Because they are too busy judging others for things they know nothing about."

The Story came around one hour after Ne-Yo teased "2 Million Secrets". Earlier that day, he uploaded a video from his Tiny Desk Concert. In the clip, he was documented performing the new song along with band members and backup singers.

"She saw things she can't unsee/ (No way that I) can deny that it was me, it was me," Ne-Yo sang. "So now I'm drinking a little more frequent, smoking a little more lately/ I kept 2 million secrets, she got every reason to hate me/ 'Cause I played with her heart, she got every reason to hate me."

Along with the footage, Ne-Yo explained in the caption of the post, "As opinions fly freely in regard to me, the only one I'm really putting any interest or energy towards is my own, how I feel about who I am. Like every other human alive, I've made some mistakes."

"And some people have decided to let those mistakes define me, chosen to judge me based off those mistakes," the "So Sick" hitmaker continued. "And that's fine. GOD's judgement of me however, is the only one that truly matters."

Ne-Yo additionally shared, " '2 Million Secrets' is another opportunity for people to voice opinion and pass judgement. But it's also an opportunity for me to own my s**t, show remorse for my actions and the people I've wronged and overall forgive and better myself. For me. Not you."

Near the end of the caption, the "When You're Mad" singer concluded, "I don't mind if you don't like me. I've only ever asked you to like and respect my art, my music. So, with that being said, please enjoy my latest #2MillionSecrets...coming soon!"

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