Who is Billie Eilish's ex-boyfriend Brandon 'Q' Adams?

BRANDON Quention Adams is a rapper and songwriter who also goes by 7:AMP.

His up-and-down relationship with singer Billie Eilish is explored in a new documentary.

Who is Billie Eilish's ex-boyfriend Brandon 'Q' Adams?

Brandon Quention Adams is featured in the documentary Billie Eilish: The World's a Little Blurry, available now on Apple TV+.

Adams, also known as "Q," is believed to be 25.

His first album, Bleaupro, came out in 2016, and Eilish appeared on the cover, according to Pop Buzz.

It is not clear when they started dating, but they broke up in 2019.

"I just wasn't happy," Eilish says in the documentary, according to Pop Buzz.

"And I didn't want the same things he wanted and I don't think that's fair, for him.

"I don't think you should be in a relationship, super excited about certain things that the other person couldn't care less about.

"And there was just a lack of effort, I think. 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.'"

Eilish, still just a teen, added: "I do love him, though, which is what made it harder. 'Cause I'm not over him. 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.'

"I don't wanna fix him. I can't fix him, I've tried. I can't do it anymore."

What is the documentary about?

The documentary follows the Bad Guy singer's rise to stardom and her life on the road and with her friends and family.

Eilish, who is 19, says her path was not an easy one.

Speaking when she was 17, she tells the camera: “To be honest with you, I never thought I’d make it to this age.

“I’m never happy. I feel the dark things. I’m bad at taking care of my mental health.”

She also said that she self-harmed when she was 14 to 15, hiding razors around the house and locking herself in the bathroom to “make herself bleed."

She said: “I thought I deserved it.”

In one interview, Billie said: “It’s funny. When anyone else thinks about Billie Eilish at 14, they think of all the good things that happened.

“But all I can think of is how miserable I was. How completely distraught and confused. Thirteen to 16 was pretty rough.”

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