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Zack Bia insists that he’s not the “bloodsucker” in his former girlfriend Olivia Rodrigo’s hit single “Vampire.” The DJ, 27, broke his silence in regards to the track’s which means throughout a brand new interview with GQ.
“I believe everybody that is aware of me personally loves me,” Zack mentioned within the interview that was revealed on Monday, September 18. “I don’t assume it’s actually about me. I believe the Internet simply ran with it.”
Since Zack and Olivia, 20, are each musicians, he informed the publication that he is aware of “how a track will get made” as a result of he’s “within the trade.” However, he doesn’t imagine that their previous romance might have impressed such a darkish breakup observe.
“We frolicked, we’re each busy, and we ended up not furthering our relationship,” the file government concluded. “There was by no means any drama, you already know?”
Whomever the “fame f—ker” is behind Olivia’s track, Zack famous that the piano-driven pop anthem from Guts is “so large and superior” and an “undefeated components” as a “heartbreak track for the summer time (Summer is right here SALE)time.”
Rumors about Zack shortly went viral on-line after “Vampire” was launched on June 30 together with its accompanying music video. Throughout the three-minute track, the “Good 4 U” artist is singing a few former flame who’s older than her. Fans identified the lyric “‘Went for me and never her / ‘Cause women your age know higher.” Not solely that, however since Olivia and Zack’s relationship reportedly lasted about six months, Livies couldn’t assist however discover the opposite lyric, “Six months of torture you offered as some forbidden paradise.”
However, Zack didn’t attempt to shut down the rumors about him as a result of he admires Olivia’s songwriting. “Look, the momentum of a track is so particular,” he defined to GQ. “I believe Olivia is a generational songwriter. I believe she’s a generational expertise. I’m at all times simply pleased with her continued accomplishments.”
The Field Trip Recordings cofounder isn’t the one individual whom followers speculated is behind well-known track. Others even thought that Taylor Swift was the “vampire” due to a rumored feud between the 2 singers. Previously, for her Sour album, Olivia needed to give songwriting credit score to a number of musicians for a number of the file’s tracks. The album credit Taylor, 33, for “1 Step Forward, 3 Steps Back” and “Deja Vu.”
However, the “Driver’s License” artist lately shut down the hypothesis in her current Rolling Stone interview, insisting that she doesn’t “have beef with anybody.”