Has One Direction star Harry Styles fathered a secret Kiwi baby?
That's the question fans of the 23-year-old heartthrob are asking after listening to his debut solo album, which dropped on Friday.
The track 'Kiwi', buried near the end of the self-titled record, hints at a past relationship with a woman the song's lyrics describe as "hard liquor mixed with a bit of intellect".
"All the boys, they were saying they were into it / Such a pretty face, on a pretty neck," he sings, over a musical backing that sounds more like Arctic Monkeys or Green Day than his old band.
But it's the chorus that's got fans in a bother.
"I think she said 'I'm having your baby, it's none of your business / I'm having your baby, it's none of your business / I'm having your baby, it's none of your business."
Nowhere in the song is the woman named, nor is there any explanation as to why it's called 'Kiwi'.
In 2015, Styles was linked to Kiwi model Georgia Fowler, with UK tabloid The Mirror reporting he'd whisked the Victoria's Secret model away on a "romantic spa date". The pair reportedly hooked up over a game of Scrabble.
If there was a relationship it didn't last, with Styles currently linked to model and food blogger Tess Ward.
"Okay so is @Harry_Styles song Kiwi about a NZ girl who wanted to have his baby?!!" tweeted Aucklander @davinamcginn.
"@Harry_Styles Who's having your baby?! Is 'Kiwi' your way of telling us you got a random chick pregnant?" asked @inesfscosta96.
Talk show host James Corden took to Twitter to joke he in fact was having the baby, and it is his business.
Some have suggested many of the lyrics are coded references to drugs, which doesn't really explain the bit about having his baby.
Neither Styles nor Fowler have commented on the song's origins.
Newshub has reached out to Fowler's management for her side of the story.