Sabrina Carpenter reflects on being called ‘homewrecker’ in her new song

Sabrina Carpenter is wearing her heart on her sleeve. The singer released her new album Emails I Can't Send, and one song in particular has fans talking. On the track Because I Liked a Boy, Carpenter sings about the judgement she faced over a relationship. The Girl Meets World actress reflects on bonding with a guy "over Black Eyed Peas and complicated exes." And while she says "it was all so innocent," she suggests not everyone viewed it that way and passed judgment. "Now, I'm a homewrecker," Carpenter sings. "I got death threats filling up semi-trucks." Throughout the song, Carpenter reflects on people making their own assumptions about the situation. "Dating boys with exes/no, I wouldn't recommend it." While Carpenter never drops any names in the song, many social media users assumed it referenced her rumoured former relationship with Joshua Bassett, who allegedly also dated Olivia Rodrigo at one point (Olivia and Joshua have each released music that seemingly tell their sides of the story – though they never confirmed this speculation).