"G-Eazy and Ashley are in a great place," the source dished. "Friends of hers thought he might just be a rebellious rebound, but there is real chemistry between them." The insider also noted that there is no end in sight for their blossoming romance.
"They have been staying in L.A. at her house mostly and have been to Miami for vacation," the source added of the couple's time in quarantine together. "They have a very normal life together. They cook, work out, go on hikes and have friends over for dinner. When they're together, they are very affectionate and there is a ton of sexual chemistry between them."
G-Eazy — whose real name is Gerald Earl Gillum — and the Pretty Little Liars alum, both 31, first sparked romance rumors last May, just days after news broke that she and ex-girlfriend Cara Delevingne ended their two-year relationship.
"They connected after working together recently, but have been friends for a while now and also have a few mutual friends," a source shared. "They are both funny and love being chill while sitting at home and laughing for hours."
OK! previously reported that the "Him & I" rapper and Benson's romance has been heating up — they've already met each other's family members and even worked on a track together, called "All the Things You’re Searching For," with Kossisko in June.
Despite Benson being spotted with a ring on that finger just three months after they were first linked, a source said an engagement isn't on the table just yet for the duo.
"Ashley and G-Eazy have become super serious — but not in terms of an engagement, marriage or a baby yet," the source shared in November. "They're definitely having fun and doing well. They're super comfortable with each other and have bonded a ton during the quarantine."
G-Eazy previously had an on-again-off-again relationship with Halsey from 2017-2018. After calling their split a "heinous breakup," Halsey, 26, accused her ex of cheating on her.
G-Eazy seemingly responded to her accusations with his "Had Enough" tune, where he slammed his "crazy-ass ex" who "would go on TV" and talk about him.
Us Weekly was the first to report the news that the two are in "it for the long haul."