I think you’ve known about this, but I just found out.
I don’t know much about G-Eazy and Halsey’s relationship. After all, they’re thousands of miles away, I’ve never met them, and their personal life is none of my business. That said, I’ve noticed that fans of their music have taken this breakup to heart. You’d almost think it was their hearts that were broken.
And it’s probably because they were broken.
I think millions of young girls were heartbroken because they, consciously or unconsciously, dreamed of having the same relationship one day–one day when they, too, are famous, and they meet another famous person to marry. That dream came crashing down when G-Eazy and Halsey broke up.
Good, let it crash. It wasn’t a dream worth having.
You have a better chance of getting struck by lighting than becoming famous. You’d get struck by lightning five times before you also married a famous person. Let that dream die.
Heroes are great things to have, but pick heroes worth having.