- Joshua Bassett congratulates Sabrina Carpenter on her new song about Olivia Rodrigo drama.
- Joshua, Sabrina, and Olivia are rumored to be in a music-fueled love triangle.
Why talk about it when you can just sing about it, right? Disney stars Joshua Bassett, Sabrina Carpenter, and Olivia Rodrigo continue to fuel rumors about a love triangle by releasing and commenting on each other’s music. Olivia’s hit song, “Driver’s License,” is dominating the charts. Seriously, she’s killing it. Her vulnerable lyrics are making fans and celebs alike (Taylor Swift loves it!) praise her songwriting. The lyrics are also causing speculation about her ex-boyfriend Joshua and his new girlfriend, Sabrina.
There’s one line in “Driver’s License” that seems specifically aimed at Sabrina:
“And you’re probably with that blonde girl
Who always made me doubt
She’s so much older than me”
Sabrina took it upon herself to release a response track titled “Skin,” which includes a line that is a clear dig at Olivia:
“Maybe you didn’t mean it
Maybe ‘blonde’ was the only rhyme
The only rhyme”
Joshua is openly supporting Sabrina’s new music. He even posted about it to his social media account. “Been stuck in my head since I heard it!!!” he wrote on his Instagram Story. “Congratulations @sabrinacarpenter on ‘skin,’ the new label, & all that’s to come!!!”
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Of course, Sabrina is staying hush-hush about her inspiration for “Skin” even though there are multiple reasons to believe it’s about Olivia. She even included, “Don’t drive yourself insane/ It won’t always be this way.” People reported that Sabrina wanted “Skin” to reflect the strength that can be found through difficult moments and the importance of focusing on joy.
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