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Halsey's Boyfriend G-Eazy Apologizes Over Drugs Bust

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Rapper G-Eazy has broken his silence about his drugs arrest.

Halsey's boyfriend – real name Gerald Earl Gillum – took to Instagram to speak out this weekend.

The 28-year-old said: ""Grateful & blessed to be free & safe. Happy to be in Copenhagen tonight doing what I love most."

He continued, "Embarrassed & apologetic beyond words about the incident, but above all I'm so f**king grateful they let me go, craziest experience of my life, awful night with a lot of bad luck and some even worse decisions but like I said I'm grateful as f**k to be a free man, back on tour performing for the fans."

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"Thank you to everyone who's held me down along the way and supported this journey, I appreciate you more than you'll ever know."

The "Me, Myself & I" rapper will be able to perform in Denmark on Sunday evening despite of his arrest in Sweden.

He was caught with two bags of cocaine and a rolled up $100 in his pocket when he was arrested and admitted to police he had been using drugs, and we have obtained the evidence photos.


The performer was caught up in a fight at the Solidaritet nightclub involving around five people.

A security guard says he intervened in the altercation and was struck in the head by G-Eazy 3-4 times causing him "swelling and pain."

The guard then wrestled the musician to the ground and was able to subdue him.

G-Eazy was later released from custody after being convicted on the charges of assault and drug possession.

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