Moneybagg Yo is beginning 2020 with new music and a new relationship.

While promoting his fast-approaching album Time Served, the Memphis rapper stopped by Hot 97 to briefly discuss his love life. Host TT Torrez questioned Moneybagg about the dating rumors swirling around him and Ari Fletcher—the mother of G Herbo's child. The two were spotted together on several occasions at the end of 2019, igniting speculation they were more than just friends.

"We rockin'. You know what I'm sayin'? What you see is what you get," he told Torrez (2:20), before insisting he wanted to keep the budding relationship relatively private. "... Hopefully this situation can just go with the flow."

Moneybagg was in a highly publicized relationship with Megan Thee Stallion in 2019, but it became clear that there was trouble in paradise after Meg posted a freestyle in which she declared, "I'm 24 and single, ain't no ring on my finger."

Moneybagg addressed the status of his and Meg's relationship during a November interview on Hot 97, simply stating, "We good."

He gave an equally vague and diplomatic response during Wednesday's sit-down with Torrez.

"A lot of people always wanna ask you the same question ... They all wanna ask you the Megan question," Torrez said. "... I know you get tired of those same questions over and over again."

"They gonna ask me that everywhere I go," Bagg said. "... I'm happy. She's happy. Everybody happy."​​​​​​

You can check out Moneybagg's full interview above.

Time Served will hit streaming services this Friday. The project, which will mark his first full-length release under Roc Nation, includes appearances by Lil Baby, DaBaby, Summer Walker, and more.

G Herbo was arrested in April 2019 after Fletcher accused the rapper of dragging her by her hair and scratching her arm. G Herbo pleaded guilty to misdemeanor battery earlier this week and was sentenced to 12 months of probation and ordered to complete 150 hours of community service and a 24-week family violence intervention program.

His attorney, Tanya Miller, told TMZ that her client was "eager [to] put this incident behind him and to move on with his life and his work—both in the studio and in the community."

"It is Herbert’s sincere desire to maintain harmony going forward while continuing to take care of his responsibilities to his family and to everyone else who depends on him," she explained.