Joshua Bassett is now ready to tell HIS side of the “Driver’s License” story.

The actor recently opened up to GQ about one of the biggest media storms of the year that involved him, Olivia Rodrigo and Sabrina Carpenter.

"I have a right to stand up for myself," he said while talking about the backlash he faced from Rodrigo’s fanbase earlier this year.

“I would see TikToks with like 50 million views and 10 million likes saying, ‘If I ever see that kid on the street, I'm going to f***ing kill him,’” Bassett says.

Bassett just released three new songs, which were written six months ago, that tell his side of the story.

On Friday, December 3, the singer released “Crisis,” “Secret” and “Set Me Free.”

Bassett says “Crisis” is all about “all the crazy PR over the year.”

“Secret” pertains to finding out an ex’s lie.

“You swore that you only had a crush/Told me that you cut him off”, he sings. The song also includes the lines, “When your woe is me stops working/I bet your songs won’t sound the same.”