Halsey Displays Even More Talents While Performing ‘Eastside’ On ‘SNL’

Halsey Displays Even More Talents While Performing ‘Eastside’ On ‘SNL’

Halsey Displays Even More Talents While Performing ‘Eastside’ On ‘SNL’

Senator Kyrsten Sinema (D-Ariz.) and other women in the U.S. Congress were hit with a Saturday Night Live parody, well, Saturday night. The talented singer sang her hit song "Without Me" on the February 9 episode and at one point in the performance, a plethora of graffiti messages showed up on a screen in the back of her, including one that read, "I'm sorry Ashley I cheated".

Surrounding the message, locations of places where this person allegedly cheated were written.

Neither Halsey, born Ashley Nicolette Frangipane, nor G-Eazy ever revealed the reason for their split. It was rumored long before Halsey took the stage, however, that cheating played a role. Last month, during an interview with Glamour, the singer was asked why she hadn't spoken about the split. "Because it can become quite easy, in the social media generation, to go from being a musician to becoming a personality". She performed during Sam Rockwell's controversial stint early previous year and even made a surprise appearance just a few months ago during Lil Wayne's musical guest spot to perform "Can't Be Broken". It's unclear if the former couple plan to address the drama.