- Billy Eish’s documentary “The World is a Little Blurred” will be released on Apple TV + on Friday.
- The film gives an intimate look at Ailish’s relationship with rapper 7: AMP, whom she calls “Q.”
- Neither of them had ever confirmed that they were going out. Ailish broke up with him in June 2019.
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Billy Ailish’s documentary gives fans a first-hand look at her relationship with Brandon Quention Adams, a songwriter and rapper who recorded as 7: AMP, although Ailish called it “Q.”
“Billie Eilish: The World’s a Little Blurry” hitting Apple TV + on Friday, the Eilish chronicles rise to fame from the “Ocean Eyes” virus in 2016 to the Grammy Awards 2020.
Adams first appeared in footage from the end of 2018, when Elish was 16. After a video of her radio interview with KROQ’s “Kevin and Bean” – when she says that not every boyfriend will be compared to her love from childhood to Justin Bieber – Elish embraces Adams and says she looks “damn good”.
During the documentary, she can also be seen holding hands with him at her 17th birthday party and confessing her love for him over the phone.
The film shows that Ailish is becoming more and more disappointed with her demanding tour schedule and his remote behavior.
While behind the scenes at her concert in Paris in February 2019, Ailish said she felt “lonely” and “unhappy” on Valentine’s Day.
“Q isn’t doing anything?” A member of her team asked.
“I didn’t get anything,” Ailish replied. “And the night before he was really weird and distant and with —.”
“It was perfectly fine, we were great,” she continued. “But then they had this plan to go to the Big Dipper [Lake in California]as if the whole squad were going to the Big Dipper. I was just like, “You know what, have fun, don’t worry about me, I’m unhappy and I miss you and I’d like to talk to you, and I don’t have anyone to talk to.”
Two months later, she complained about his absence during preparations for her 2019 Coachella presentation.
“I said,” I’m taking your tickets for this, and the deal is that you have to spend time with me. You must see me if I will allow you to come for free, “she told her brother, Finneas O’Connell.” I haven’t seen him in two and a half days.
Eventually, Adams appeared in her dressing room, where Ailish serenaded him with her song “Xanny.”
After her set, which was widely appreciated by both critics and fans, Elish did not seem happy with her performance. She spoke to Adams on the phone and asked if he could come and see her, to which he apparently replied, “I’ll try.”
When she hung up, she threw her phone on the ground.
Around the middle of the film, Ailish tells a friend that Adams broke his arm by hitting the wall.
“I’m trying to get him to go to therapy,” she told her childhood friend Zoe. “He’s so self-destructive.”
After Ailish received her driver’s license, she went straight to the studio to see Adams “and his broken arm.”
Shortly afterwards, however, she was shown writing a song with Phineas about a failed relationship.
“When I’m away from you / I’m happier than ever / I wish I could explain it better / I wish it wasn’t true,” they sang.
In the next scene, behind the scenes of her June 2019 concert in New York, Isle explained why she had recently broken up with Adams.
“I just wasn’t happy. And I didn’t want the same things he wanted, and I don’t think that’s fair to him,” she said. “I don’t think you have to be in a relationship, super excited about some things that the other person couldn’t be less interested in.”
“And it just lacked effort, I think. I was literally just like, ‘Dude, you don’t even have enough love to love yourself, you can’t love me.’ And you don’t. I think you do. “
“I still love him, which made it difficult,” she added. “Because I’m not over him. I didn’t find anyone else. I didn’t stop loving him. I just spent some time away from him and I was like, ‘Wow.’ I miss you so much because I worry about you all the time. “
Ailee cried that night as she performed “I Love You,” an exciting ballad from her heart from her 2019 album.
Fans have long been aware of her friendship with Adams, although neither has confirmed that they are dating
Ailish was featured on the cover of her debut project, “Bleaupro” from 2019, as well as various promotional photos that fueled rumors of romance in her fandom.
—Update updates by @eilishupdates (February 18, 2019)
—Update updates by @eilishupdates (February 20, 2019)
Adams also posted several photos of Elish on Instagram, where his username was @mtvsevenamp. He apparently deactivated his account on Tuesday.
—Billieupdated (@billieupdated) April 26, 2019
The couple can stay on good terms
After their separation, Adams published a photo of Elish in December 2019, wishing her a happy birthday.
—Update updates by @eilishupdates on December 19, 2019.
However, Yilish told GQ in 2020 that she never felt “wanted” in a relationship.
“My boyfriends in the past never made me feel wanted. None of them,” Ailish said. “And it’s a big thing in my life that I feel like I’ve never been physically wanted by anyone.”
She also told Roman Kemp of Capital Breakfast that she regretted allowing her life to be seen in public at meetings.
“I mean, I had connections and I kept them personal,” Ailish said during a remote appearance on the radio show in September. “And even the ones I’ve had and like tiny amount I left to the world to see, sorry. “
“And it’s like, what if it goes wrong? And then everyone has this whole opinion about your relationship that they have no idea about. So that’s not something I’m interested in.”