Can we have multiple relationships with same name and different facet values between 2 nodes?

What I want to do

I have 2 nodes Application and Status
the relationship between them is HAS_STATUS
the facets on relationship are statusUpdatedBy, statusUpdatedAt
Let us consider 2 nodes A1 as Application and S1 as status,
i want multiple HAS_STATUS relationships between A1 and S1 whenever facets values are not same

l## What I did ##
My mutation is
uid(A1) <HAS_STATUS> uid(S1) (statusUpdatedBy = “examiner1”, statusUpdatedAt= 2006-02-02T13:01:09).
uid(A1) <HAS_STATUS> uid(S1) (statusUpdatedBy = “examiner2”, statusUpdatedAt= 2006-02-02T13:01:09).
uid(A1) <HAS_STATUS> uid(S1) (statusUpdatedBy = “examiner1”, statusUpdatedAt= 2007-02-03T13:01:09).

Expected Result:
i expected 3 <HAS_STATUS> relationships between A1 and S1 ,
Result:
got 1 <HAS_STATUS> realtionship with last facet values

how can i get my expected result?

It is not possible to have 3 relations on the same edge. You would have to have multiple edges with different predicates. E.g. <HAS_STATUS_1>, <HAS_STATUS_2>, <HAS_STATUS_3>.

Another way is by doing an intermediate node queue. So, every relationship is a node instead of just Facets, you would have a complete Node. E.g. A1 => [R1, R2, R3, R4] => S1. You still could use facets between A1 and Rn* for convenience.