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Camila Cabello discusses bitter feud with Fifth Harmony


Camila Cabello discusses bitter feud with Fifth Harmony


Camila Cabello, the Cuban-American singer, has finally shed light on the long-standing rumors of a bitter feud between her and her former girl group, Fifth Harmony.

Cabello was part of the five-member girl group, consisting of Ally Brooke, Dinah Jane, Lauren Jauregui, and Normani Hamilton, which was formed on the American version of “The X Factor” in 2012.

The group released two successful albums before Cabello’s departure in December 2016.

Since Cabello’s exit, rumors of tension between her and the other members of the group have circulated.

However, in a recent interview with The Sun, Cabello stated that she has maintained a close relationship with her former bandmates through private messages and other means.

In her latest song, “Psychofreak,” Cabello touches on the subject of the rumors and her time with the group.


The lyrics to the song include lines like “Everybody says they miss the old me, I been on this ride since I was 15 / I don’t blame the girls for how it went down, down.”

According to Cabello, the song is about her journey with anxiety and the challenges she faced starting in the industry at such a young age.

Her latest album, “Familia,” provides fans with an inside look into her personal life, including her relationship and breakup with Shawn Mendes.

The couple rose to fame with their hit single “Señorita” in 2019.

Cabello has revealed that channeling her heartache into her music has been a form of therapy for her.

In an interview with E! News, she stated, “There was a time when my anxiety felt so bad, I was like, ‘I don’t feel like I can go in the studio. I don’t feel like I can work. I don’t know.'”

Cabello went on to say that the only way for her to overcome her anxiety was to be honest and true to herself, even if it was difficult.

“If I didn’t go to work and was just waiting for myself to feel better before I did that . . . it’s just a paralyzing feeling,” she added.

The singer stated that her life had become so challenging that she was willing to try anything to feel better, including therapy.

“I was like, ‘Yes, of course, therapy. All of it.’ I just felt so vulnerable,” she shared.

Cabello stated that talking about her feelings and experiences was hard, but she found it to be a necessary step in her journey towards healing.

“It was the first time I talked about those things that I’d only ever talked to my mom and my therapist about,” she said.

“You’re going to reach a point where it’s your only option. Look for that feeling because that’s when something intervenes and helps.”

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