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    Billie Eilish Showed Her Ex-Boyfriend "Q" And Explained Why They Split In Her New Documentary

    "Dude, you don't even have enough love to love yourself — you can't love me."

    Billie Eilish's new documentary The World’s A Little Blurry dropped this week, and in it, she discusses a number of personal things like fame, family, and even her past dating life.

    Now, you're probably aware that Billie is super private about her personal life. But, she did show a glimpse into her previous relationship with 24-year-old ex-boyfriend, rapper Brandon Adams— who goes by Q and 7:AMP—in the film.

    Billie even opened up about why the two split in 2019, saying, “I just wasn’t happy, and I didn’t want the same things he wanted and I don’t think that’s fair for him.”

    Billie on the red carpet in an oversized tee-shirt and matching sweatpants
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    "I don't think you should be in a relationship, super excited about certain things that the other person couldn't care less about."

    "I literally was just like, 'Dude, you don't even have enough love to love yourself, you can't love me. And you don't. Like, you think you do. I do love him, though, which is what made it harder.”

    Billie and Q sitting on a couch
    AppleTV+

    "I didn't find someone else. I didn't stop having love for him. I just, like, spent time away from him for a little bit and I was like, 'Wow. I'm missing so much because I'm worried about you all the time.'"

    Billie also shared how Q hurt her on Valentine's Day. In the film, someone asks if he did anything for her. "Haven't gotten anything. And the night before, he'd been really weird and distant and sh*t," she said.

    Billie said Q was going on a trip with some friends. "I was just like, 'You know what? Have fun. Don't worry about me. I'm miserable, and I miss you, and I wish you would talk to me, and I have no one else to talk to.'"

    Billie at her movie premiere with a large projection behind her
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    Thank you, Billie, for opening up to us about such a difficult (and, unfortunately, relatable) situation. You can watch the full documentary on Apple TV+.

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