#CamilaIsOverParty Is Trending And The Internet Has Mixed Feelings
20 December 2016, 11:17 | Updated: 16 June 2017, 10:12
This is way too petty for a Tuesday morning.
We've been to a lot of Twitter parties in 2016, haven't we? There was the #TheCliqueIsGoingToJailParty, then the #KimExposedTaylorParty and far too many #KanyeIsOver themed parties to count. But this year couldn't resist squeezing in another hashtag soiree before the clock striked midnight on December 31st.
In case you missed it, Camila Cabello has left Fifth Harmony. Wordy statements have been throw across each of their social media networks and each new explanation seems to contradict the first. So, when the remaining band members (Ally, Dinah, Lauren and Normani) released their final statement earlier today (Dec 20.), it became clear that Camila's initial explanation was not all that it seemed - and it's just started a civil war amongst the Harmonizers.
After Camila's actions were 'exposed' by the rest of the group, the hashtag #CamilaIsOverParty began trending on Twitter.
While some were absolutely fuming, others just couldn't make sense of the confusing back and forth situation.
And the remainder were absolutely disgusted with the way the fans were treating Camila after leaving the group.
5 days ago yall were fans of her and now you're hating on her??!? Who's the real snake here#CamilaIsOverParty— Meryam (@AddictedHxrmony) December 20, 2016
#CamilaIsOverparty ?! WTF is this? Are yall in ur right mind? We dont even know THE REAL FUCKING STORY and ya'll judging. Stop— Drei #BadThings (@DreiXCabello) December 20, 2016
STOP TRYING TO MAKE CAMILA LOOK LIKE THE BAD GUY IN THIS SITUATION #CamilaIsOverParty— brandy(@supremeroses) December 20, 2016
Whatever is going on, we hope there's no bad blood between the group or the fans. They did after all - all five of them at that - produce one of the GREATEST songs ever made.