SSH Key ask to enter passphrase after start-agent

I have 2 ssh key for 2 different accounts on Bitbucket.

The below is my bachrc file:

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  • # Note: ~/.ssh/environment should not be used, as it
    #       already has a different purpose in SSH.
    
    env=$HOME/.ssh/agent.env
    
    # Note: Don't bother checking SSH_AGENT_PID. It's not used
    #       by SSH itself, and it might even be incorrect
    #       (for example, when using agent-forwarding over SSH).
    
    agent_is_running() {
        if [ "$SSH_AUTH_SOCK" ]; then
            # ssh-add returns:
            #   0 = agent running, has keys
            #   1 = agent running, no keys
            #   2 = agent not running
            ssh-add ~/.ssh/id_rsa ~/.ssh/id_rsa_2 -l >/dev/null 2>&1 || [ $? -eq 1 ]
        else
            false
        fi
    }
    
    agent_has_keys() {
        ssh-add -l >/dev/null 2>&1
    }
    
    agent_load_env() {
        . "$env" >/dev/null
    }
    
    agent_start() {
        (umask 077; ssh-agent >"$env")
        . "$env" >/dev/null
    }
    
    if ! agent_is_running; then
        agent_load_env
    fi
    
    # if your keys are not stored in ~/.ssh/id_rsa or ~/.ssh/id_dsa, you'll need
    # to paste the proper path after ssh-add
    if ! agent_is_running; then
        agent_start
        ssh-add ~/.ssh/id_rsa ~/.ssh/id_rsa_2
    elif ! agent_has_keys; then
        ssh-add ~/.ssh/id_rsa ~/.ssh/id_rsa_2
    fi
    
    unset env
    
    agent_stop() {
        if [ ${SSH_AGENT_PID+1} == 1 ]; then
            ssh-add -D
            ssh-agent -k > /dev/null 2>&1
            unset SSH_AGENT_PID
            unset SSH_AUTH_SOCK
        fi
    }
    
    agent_stop
    

    Why do I call agent_stop?

    That’s for testing. I figured out that when agent_stop is called, all ssh keys are removed from agent and then when opened git bash again, the agent automatically adds ssh keys.

    But only id_rsa doesn’t prompt passphrase, the id_rsa_2 prompt everytime.

    P/S: The public key of id_rsa_2 is added on Bitbucket.

    What am I missing for this?

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    Note: if you generate an ssh key without passphrase

    cd
    ssh-keygen -t rsa -f ".ssh/mykey" -C "key for xxx acess" -q -P ""
    

    Then you don’t need ssh-agent at all

    When you run ssh-keygen, there is one step ask you whether you need a
    passphrase, you can click enter to skip or enter a passphrase, if my
    memory serve me correctly

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