Demi Lovato's "29" has been a TikTok hit, exposing older males to teenage girls

Demi Lovato's new single "29" was released Wednesday. 

However, the song had already been a big hit online before it was officially released.

Lovato uses they/them and she/her pronouns. She shared a small portion of the song on her TikTok profile earlier this month. 

Lovato's fans quickly connected to the song and made it an anthem about older males "grooming" teenage girl.

Many speculate that Lovato is taking a swipe at Wilmer Valderrama, Lovato's ex-boyfriend and actor who Lovato dated from 2010 to 2016. 

Lovato and Valderrama met when Lovato turned 17 years old, but Lovato claims they only started dating after she turned 18.

@demisculture, a TikTok account, used audio from the song to create a video. 

It highlighted the 12-year age gap that Lovato and Valderrama had; it also highlighted many of Valderrama’s other relationships.