Abigail Breslin Tells Ex-Boyfriend "You Suck" in Her First Ever Music Video

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Abigail Breslin just kicked off her music career.

The Ender's Game actress debuted her first-ever music video for her new single, "You Suck," in which she ties up an ex-boyfriend, writes on his face in lipstick and tells him just that.

"I bet you're going to hear this song/ I bet you're going to sing along and tell your friends how I'm obsessed with you/ And I bet you didn't know that you sound like a girl /Every time you call me when you're drunk/ And all that I want to say/ Is you really suck," she sings in the chorus.

After the song dropped, rumors started surfacing that the 18-year-old starlet was referring to 5SOS guitarist Michael Clifford, once fans started listening a little more closely to the lyrics.

"I said you sound like All Time Low/ you really don't, even though you try hard," Abigail sings on one verse, followed by: "I hate the scar above your eye, it looks like you're on drugs / And you really need to learn to wash your hair / Overall, you're not a catch, you're just a dumbass / Bleaching your hair, I hope it all falls out."

For the record, Michael has bleached hair and a scar above his eye. And then there's this line as well: "And thanks for the tickets to your show / I just wanted you to know all your bandmates are hotter than you." But, there are also rumors the song is about All Time Low 's Jack Barakat, considering she dropped the band's name.

Abigail admitted to Teen Vogue - which premiered the music video - that she draws inspiration for her songs "from guys," adding, "they're obviously a huge source of information-living in New York, and my friends and experiences we have. In your teen years, everything is kind of heightened-I started feeling like that when I was 16. It was like every emotion I could possibly feel was intensified by a million."

Specifically, she said she wrote 'You Suck,' "about guys who are players and use people and just generally aren't really good people."

It's about things I've witnessed-it's not OK when guys don't have respect for girls," she continued. "I wrote it in the heat of the moment, and I think a lot of people will relate to it."

Abigail's 12-song album is scheduled to be released in April.

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