Sabrina Carpenter has seemingly addressed the drama that she has been in, in her latest song. The singer released a new track, Skin and fans think it was written as a response to a rumored feud between her and Olivia Rodrigo.
Olivia had released her superhit song, Driver’s License earlier this month. The lyrics make many think that the relationship between her and her High School Musical: The Musical: The Series co-star. He is rumored to be her ex-boyfriend, Joshua Bassett, and is apparently dating Sabrina.
The singer sings about her unnamed ex as her lyrics sing, “And you’re probably with that blonde girl / Who always made me doubt / She’s so much older than me / She’s everything I’m insecure about.” Fans were quick to interpret that it is about Sabrina who is blonde herself.
Sabrina sings in her new track, “Maybe we could’ve been friends/ If I met you in another life/ Maybe then we could pretend/ There’s no gravity in the words we write/ Maybe you didn’t mean it/ Maybe blonde was the only rhyme.”
Fans quickly interpreted her song to be a response to Olivia. They took to Twitter and shared their own thoughts on the lyrics. Twitter also pointed out other lyrics that came to their theory that the new track by Sabrina is a clap back. The lyrics pointed out include, “And I’m not asking you to let it go but/ You been tellin’ your side/ So I’ll be tellin’ mine,” and “You can try/ To get under my under my under my skin/ While he’s on mine,” as well as, “Don’t drive yourself insane.”
Joshua Also Addresses Olivia’s Song
Both Olivia and Joshua have never confirmed their off-screen romance but fans believe that they previously dated before breaking up last year. Olivia did a TikTok as she talked about failed relationships back in August.
Sabrina and Joshua have been linked together time and again. They posted their Halloween couples costume on TikTok as well. Joshua also released a new song this month which is seemingly about Olivia’s single, Driver’s License.
The song is titled Lie Lie Lie and includes lyrics like, “I know what you said about me / I hope that it makes you happy / You can’t seem to get me off your mind,” and the music video features Bassett driving through the desert, which mirrors scenes from the music video for “Drivers License.”