Camila Cabello Isn’t Talking to Fifth Harmony Anymore
Camila Cabello isn’t speaking to anyone from her old girl group.
Since splitting from Fifth Harmony late last year, the singer has fallen out of touch with Lauren Jauregui, Ally Brooke, Normani Kordei and Dinah Jane Hansen. In her cover story with Billboard, the newly minted solo star admits that she might’ve “rocked the boat” when she wanted to leave the fivesome to pursue her own music career.
“I was always super open [that] I couldn’t just sing other people’s words and be totally happy with that. You have to follow and honor that inner voice. I always encouraged the girls to do the same,” she tells the publication. “I think that in a group there is always going to be tension, whether it’s because of this thing or [another] thing. Obviously, I think that rocked the boat.”
When the interviewer asks if she’s been in touch with any of the Fifth Harmony members since her departure, Cabello replies with a resounding, “No.”
“I did [reach out], yeah,” the 19-year-old explains. “I don’t want to get into the details of that, because it was really intense and it’s hard for me to talk about. It makes me sad.”
Last November, Fifth Harmony released a statement at the time of the separation accusing Cabello of not personally informing them of her exit. The “Bad Things” singer denied the accusations, saying the girls knew about her desires to go solo. The band, now continuing as a foursome, then hit back and claimed Cabello “did not show up to” any of their scheduled group meetings or attempt to have discussion about the future of 5H.
“I hoped that it would be a peaceful turning of the page and we would root for each other,” she says of the fallout. “But I only got love for them.”