PAUL KLEIN On Ex DUA LIPA: "I Wish Her Nothing But The Best"
Karen Jane Ng
If you think Paul Klein frets over people's knowledge of his past relationship with Dua LIpa and how she inspired their album Malibu Nights, you've got him all wrong. He DGAF.
Talking to CNN Chile, the LANY vocalist said, "I wrote the album, she didn’t. People just happen to know who I was writing about because we were in a very public relationship. But she didn’t write it. I was the one who woke up every morning and went ‘okay, I’m gonna make the most of it’ instead of sitting in my bed and not eating and being really upset about how this whole thing ended.
Dua Lipa and Paul Klein via Instagram! pic.twitter.com/OCrNeNMdvC— Dua Lipa News (@dlipanews) November 25, 2017
"Some of the best albums in the world are about heartbreak, so I wasn’t ever concerned. In fact, about three or four months into making the album and writing, I was like, ‘This is probably the best thing that ever happened to me,'" he continued. "So yeah, of course people know who my ex girlfriend is and know who it's about and that’s okay. But I’m certainly not defined by a relationship. I’m defined by what I did when it ended."
They may have not made it through thick and thin but Paul only has kind words for his ex. "She’s amazing, I have nothing bad to say about her. I’m so happy she won the Grammys, she deserves it. She works her ass off and she’s so talented. I wish her nothing but the best, really. I think she’s amazing.”