Nothing like handling a break-up by pouring your emotions into the lyrics of a song and producing a fully fledged music video to go along with it, isn’t that right Taylor Swift?
Well it looks like T-Swizzle isn’t the only one producing music aimed at past boyfriends, Little Miss Sunshine star Abigail Breslin has also jumped on the bandwagon.
The hollywood actress, turned singer, has released her debut single tamely titled ‘You Suck,’ and it's undoubtedly aimed at former boyfriend/Five Seconds of Summer guitarist, Michael Clifford.
Though the boy band member is not named throughout the song, her lyrics give some clues.
She sings about hating a guy’s “dumb tattoos” and wanting to send him “to the moon.”
Just a coincidence that the tattoo on Michael’s upper arm reads the exact words.
Other lyrics include 'I hate the scar above your eye, it looks like you're on drugs.'
This was ages ago but I wanna show y'all how much it hurt lol. I think it's a perma scar :( pic.twitter.com/EHhclScUdJ— deku (@Michael5SOS) September 17, 2013
Oh look, is that a scar above your eye Michael?
And 'you're just a dumb a** bleaching your hair.'
I love ur whole thing ur hair colour is so punkrock! hope u party crazy pic.twitter.com/XidqBhxAA5— メアリ M (@mary5sr) November 20, 2014
I suppose we can safely guess who she is talking about.
Michael has since responed to the song by tweeting:
Hahahahahahahahaha— deku (@Michael5SOS) November 27, 2014
Oh man— deku (@Michael5SOS) November 27, 2014
Hahahahahahahhahhahaahahahhahahahahahahahah— deku (@Michael5SOS) November 27, 2014
"This is a song I wrote about those guys who are players and use people and just generally aren't really good people," Abigail told British Teen Vogue when asked about the song.
"It's about things I've witnessed—it's not OK when guys don't have respect for girls. I wrote it in the heat of the moment, and I think a lot of people will relate to it."
"You Suck" is part of her debut, 12-song album that's being released this coming April but she will always be Anna in My Sister’s Keeper to us.