Jay-Z’s Artist Bridget Kelly Talks First Boyfriend, Breakup, More With PYNK Magazine

Roc Nation songstress Bridget Kelly is featured in the latest issue of PYNK Magazine. In her sit down, Jay-Z’s 25-year-old artist opens up about relationships including her first boyfriend, first breakup, and the last time she gave out her phone number.

Check out some excerpts below, courtesy of PYNK:

Her first boyfriend: My mom is a tough cookie. She’s really a hard person to crack, so it was funny to see her drill him, make sure he’s keeping eye contact, and figure out where his mind was. My dad was really quiet. He was the observant one and my mother was the interrogator. It was definitely a scene out of a TV show.

Her first breakup: I’ve had a lot of heartbreak, but the first one was really devastating. A guy I was dating went ghost on me for a couple of days – I didn’t know if he was dead or alive. These days, to not hear from somebody for an hour is nerve wrecking. When he finally resurfaced it was like, “Oh, by the way, I have this other girl that I’m seeing. This is a wrap. And I’m having a baby.” That was my first real devastating, earth-shattering heartbreak. 

Last time she gave out her digits: 
The last time I gave someone my number was early last year, and it was my BBM pin. I felt that was a little less personal than my phone number. Then it turned out to not be. It was actually more intrusive because of the R’s and all that on Blackberry. 

Last time she was turned down: I’m a stubborn person and sometimes kind of controlling. When I don’t get my way, I tend to wild out, have a fit, and be a bit of a brat. The last time a guy rejected me, it actually made me want him more. It definitely had the reverse effect as opposed to me being like, “Well, forget you.” It was, “Wait, why not? Why can’t we just … ?” It definitely heightened my attraction a little. 

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