Fans flame the feud.
Normani participated in an interview with Fader. In it, they asked whether she and her fellow Fifth Harmony bandmates knew that Camila Cabello planned on leaving the group. Normani said she’d rather not talk about it, then gave an update on their, um, friendship.
“We’re all on good terms,” she said. “Conversations have obviously been had. I spoke to her at the Billboard Music Awards. I saw her again at the VMAs, and no bad blood at all.”
Cut to today. Camila released her new album, Romance, and participated in a Twitter Q&A with fans. Users could ask CC a question with the hashtag #AskCamila, but it quickly turned sour.
Normani stans accused Camila of calling the “Motivation” singer the N-word. The myth comes from fake direct messages supposedly from Camila, though they’re falsified. Still, stan Twitter hates logic, and the lashings began.
Give Romance a spin, then thumb through a few of the many messages flung onto the worldwide web.
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#askcamila hey u suck, ur racist and ur music is trash. everyone else in the band sounded better than u— goobi (@localastronomer) December 5, 2019