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Gabbie Hanna spills details on Trisha Paytas song

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Remember how we said ever since Gabbie Hanna has come back from her hiatus, it has been peaceful? Well, we may have spoken too soon. The 2WAYMIRROR singer is sinking back into her toxic routine and it seems harder to keep up with her every hour. As the YouTuber, Gabbie Hanna falls back into her usual pattern, she is now releasing a song about Trisha Paytas. And while it may be everything you expect to have amidst the Gabbie Trisha battle, this is not it. Apparently the singer was asked by Paytas to write a song about her a year ago. Now, Trisha does not want it and Gabbie is bringing it out on her own. We think it is just one big diss track as the Bad Karma singer explains it.

So while we are all happy and excited about the new album, her first album, this song just seems sketchy.

Gabbie Hanna ‘Call me Crazy’ is about fellow YouTuber Trisha Paytas.

Before we get into the details, let us just put it out there, Gabbie needs to stop making a meme out of herself. We get people have hyped it up, but she just uses her ‘Woah’ meme excessively throughout the video – and honestly, it is annoying.

So, there is no love lost between Trisha Paytas and Gabbie Hanna for sure. However, back when the two were friends, Paytas supposed asked TheGabbieShow to write a song for her. She owns her crazy personality and Gabbie uses that to her fullest advantage in the song. Now, since Trisha has backed out, the singer is owning the song and she is explaining all the craziness in the song. It sounds more like she is justifying that she is not meaning to make Trisha out to be crazy, it’s just who T is. Weird. But she explains some lyrics narrating events as she quotes the time Paytas blocked the door to keep ex Jason Nash from leaving. She explains other happenings as;

Overall, I think that Trisha feels really misunderstood so I really wanted to capture that in this song. I think she projects her insecurities onto others and deflects a lot.

Clarifying that she is not talking from a professional perspective cause obviously, she is not one, Gabbie Hanna goes on to say that her hunch is the reason behind the first lyric about Trisha Paytas in the song.

So the very first line that was written of this song is, ‘I’m just a little insecure, why do I come off like I’m self-obsessive.’

Gabbie seems to really be going off the deeper end with this song. What are your thoughts on her clarifications so far? Leave them in the comments below!

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