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Lil Xan praises Noah Cyrus, Billie Eilish as “some of the best”

The rapper has nothing but good things to say following their messy breakup.

December 19, 2018
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Noah Cyrus and Lil Xan quickly gained the titled of “Most Emo Breakup Of 2018” after a messy and very dramatic split. Now, it seems that Xan has nothing but praise for his ex-girlfriend.

Check out the rapper’s uplifting message about Cyrus, below.

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It’s been three months since Cyrus and Xan called it quits in a very public breakup that involved everything from a Charlie Puth meme to Cyrus listing a bottle of her tears on her merch site for $12,000.

Earlier this month Xan left rehab and had nothing but praise for his ex-girlfriend as well as singer Billie Eilish.

In the Instagram post the rapper clarifies that this isn’t some attempt to win Cyrus back and admits that “things got sloppy.”

“I genuinely think these 2 are some of the best not only female artist but in general coming up rn!” Xan writes on Instagram. “Yes I know things got sloppy but I see the world so clear now!”

He also points out that he didn’t mean he’s a “fucking bigger artist” when he referred to Cyrus and Eilish as “coming up”.

https://www.instagram.com/p/Brlbr_BniGD/

While it seems that Lil Xan has made peace with his past, Cyrus isn’t so willing to forgive and forget.

Just last month Noah took to Instagram to insinuate her relationship with Xan was a mistake.

Per Hot New Hip Hop, the singer commented on a post by World Star Hip Hop insinuating she regrets dating her ex. The post asked followers: “What mistakes did you make in your last relationship that you won’t repeat again?”

Cyrus’ response? “My last relationship was the mistake, lmao.”

Oh boy.

https://www.instagram.com/p/BqQhqlbhgbX/?utm_source=ig_embed

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Written by Whitney Shoemaker

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