Sabrina Carpenter has been called a lot of names since she was suspected of being the ‘other girl’ in Olivia Roderigo’s hit song ‘Drivers Licence’. In the release of her 5th album ‘Emails I can’t send’, Carpenter sneaked in her side of the story. In the latest song ‘Nonsense’, Carpenter, brilliantly leads us to her truth about who the song is about.
Being out there in the constant glare of public’s eye, where words and actions can be taken out of context, it takes a lot of chill to handle the misrepresentation of who you are. Carpenter told Rolling Stone’s Magazine:
“So many people probably have dealt with the situation of being labelled something that they’re not. It’s frustrating because you want to do something about it. But then if you do something, people are mad; if you don’t do something, people are mad.”
Much earlier when talking to MTV news about her struggle with anxiety, she said:
“There’s so many things that I never realized people are going through because we keep certain things personal, and then we share other things…I’m constantly reminded that you don’t know what other people are going through, regardless of what their life looks like.”
In her recent release ‘Nonsense’, Carpenter features a ‘crush’ experience in the video. However, she has been changing the lyrics to the song in very concert that she performed. And in one of the version she confessed that ‘Nonsense’ is not about her rumoured love triangle with Joshua Basset. In case you havn’t noticed, the ‘love interest’ featured in the ‘Nonsense’ video is Carpenter dressed as a guy. Can this be about of self-love? Well, if it is, then it’s a sure way of fighting back the labels!
Here’s how you can undo those nasty labels that people stick on you and those you love.