Sabrina Carpenter opens up about the meaning of 'Skin' and her love triangle with Olivia Rodrigo and Joshua Bassett, reading about it here!

The musical odyssey that appears to be taking place between Disney stars Olivia Rodrigo, Joshua Bassett, and Sabrina Carpenter is back in the news after the 'Skin' singer speaks out about it.  

It all started in 2020 when it began to be ensured that the protagonists of the new 'High School Musical' series, Rodrigo and Bassett, were dating. Although the Disney stars never officially confirmed their relationship, fans saw many signs of their romance. But all that ended when months later Bassett was related to fellow actress and singer Sabrina Carpenter. The alleged new couple began uploading many TikToks together and were seen in public at a BLM protest in Los Angeles.

As fans tried to keep track of what had happened between the three stars, a few weeks ago Olivia Rodrigo catapulted to stardom with the release of her song 'Driver's License', which has been a worldwide success and has reached number one of the lists.

The 17-year-old artist's theme is about a broken heart and the graphic lyrics seemed to imply that she could talk about her ex Joshua with Carpenter, 21. "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."

But the story did not stop there, because only days later Sabrina Carpenter also released her own song, 'Skin', where fans are sure that it "responded" in some way to Olivia's words, including the phrase in English "don" t drive yourself insane ", a reference that has not gone unnoticed by his followers.

After all this drama, Sabrina has decided to break her silence on whether her song had been an attack in response to the topic of the young actress Olivia Rodrigo. So this January 24, Sabrina took her Instagram account and decided to clear up the rumors. In his post, he thanks his fans for listening to Skin and opening his mind to the lyrics, this refers to the rumors about his response to Olivia Rodrigo and her love triangle.

So then he went on to say, "I wasn't bothered by a few lines in a (magnificent) song and wrote a diss track about it. I was at a tipping point in my life for countless reasons. So I was inspired to do what I usually do to cope, write something that I wish I could have told myself in the past. "

"People can only get to you if you give them the power to. And a lot of people were trying to get to me. The song isn't calling out one single person. Some lines address a specific situation, while other lines address plenty of other experiences I've had this past year ... "after one more paragraph explaining his experiences from last year, culminated with" I don't want this to become an endless cycle so please don't take this as an opportunity to send more hate anyone's way. "

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