Why fans think Demi Lovato is throwing shade at ex Wilmer Valderrama
Fans now have 29 more reasons to speculate.
After about two weeks a Clip from his song“29,” went viral, Demi Lovato dropped the official lyric video for his latest single on August 17. The snippet of the singer’s track, which started airing in early August, had social media abuzz as fans speculated that her single was a reference to her ex. Wilmer Valderrama. (Demi, 29, split from the 42-year-old actor in 2016 after dating for nearly six years. The two first met in 2010).
The song’s lyrics include, “Far from innocent/ What the f—k’s consent? / The numbers told you not to / But it didn’t stop you.” Elsewhere, Demi sings, “I see you’re quite the collector / Yeah you’re 12 years her senior / Maybe it doesn’t matter now / But I know the king better.”
Following the debut of the lyric video, fans responded by listening to the song in its entirety online A person is tweeting, “I just want all 29 of Demi Lovato’s awards. That song is very powerful.”
Another one wrote, “I just want to say how proud I am of Demi over 29. Not only did he come to terms with the situation and see it for what it was, but wrote a song about it, put it on his album, and sang it to him. First meeting in 4 years.” A third user speculated that Demeo was referring to Wilmer’s fiance, Amanda Pacheco30, and their age difference in his songs, writing“So Demi wanted to say at 29 that she’s a collector.”
Before their separation,