Demi Lovato calls out ex Wilmer Valderrama over their 12-year age gap in new song '29'

An unreleased track from , apparently named ‘29,’ has gone viral on social media. In the song, the singer seems to criticize her ex-boyfriend Wilmer Valderrama for their 12-year age gap. The song, which is part of her new ‘Holy Fvck’ album, starts with the lines, "Petal on the vine/ Too young to drink wine/ Just five years of bleeders/ Student and a teacher/ Far from innocent, what the f--k's consent?/Numbers told you not to, but that didn't stop you."

"Finally 29/ Funny, just like you were you at the time/ Thought it was a teenage dream, just a fantasy/But was it yours or was it mine?/ 17, 29," the song continues. Now many fans on social media reacted to the song after it went viral. One user wrote on TikTok, "When we grow up we realize how wrong some things were that happened to us.” "Who cares if she wanted to start the relationship? As the ADULT it’s his job to say no,” another added. “ s--t to Lindsay Lohan too. Can’t convince me otherwise,” yet another user remarked.