Elusive DJ Zack Bia finally addressed speculation that he inspired Olivia Rodrigo’s heartbreaking song “Vampire.”

“I don’t think it’s really about me,” Bia said. GQ in an interview published Monday, months after the artist’s single for “Guts” went on sale in June.

“I think the Internet just followed it,” he added.

“When Rodrigo fell”Vampire,” fans and Internet sleuths attempted to discover who had inspired the scathing lyrics. “I’ve made some really big mistakes, but you made the worst one look good / I should’ve known it was weird that you only went out at night,” she sings.

Several TikTok skeptics linked Rodrigo’s lyrics (“suck blood, fame f—”) to Bia’s high profile. dating history. The Los Angeles-raised DJ and Drake collaborator, 27, has been romantically linked to singer Madison Beer and the “Glass Onion: Knives Out” star. Madelyn Cline.

“You can’t tell me this isn’t about Zack Bia,” TikTok user @vida.con.vicc saying.

“Cancelled” podcast hosts Tana Mongeau and Brooke Schofield also intervened in the topic in July. Schofield broke down the music video and called Bia “the biggest guy to know in Hollywood.”

Bia, who was spotted with Rodrigo last year in New York, told GQ that she knows “how a song is made” and that their split was not worthy of a song. She added that the brief relationship failed.

“We dated, we were both busy and in the end we didn’t move forward in our relationship,” she said. “There was never any drama, you know?”

Rodrigo said the Guardian She doesn’t want to reveal who any of her songs are about. Whether “Vampire” is about him or not, Bia said the song is “so big and so amazing.”

He added: “I think Olivia is a generational songwriter. I think she is a generational talent. I am always proud of her continued achievements.”

Rodrigo will take his second album, “Guts”, through the United States and Europe with his world tour starting next year. He will perform four shows at the Kia Forum in Inglewood on August 13, 14, 16 and 17.