Camila Cabello Reacts to Fifth Harmony's MTV VMAs Jab

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Camila Cabello attends Z100's iHeartRadio Jingle Ball at Madison Square Garden on Dec. 8 2017 in New York City

Charles Sykes Invision AP Camila Cabello attends Z100's iHeartRadio Jingle Ball at Madison Square Garden on Dec. 8 2017 in New York City

In an interview with the New York Times ahead of her album release for Camila, the "Havana" singer publicly acknowledges the tensions within Fifth Harmony - something that forced her to make a choice between the group and a solo career sooner than she anticipated.

The days of Camila Cabello being a member of Fifth Harmony are obviously long gone and with the upcoming release of her debut solo album, it's clear her ties to the girl group are dunzo. Plus, Camila tells Access why her song "Real Friends" isn't about her former bandmates.

"I've always been, since I was little, a very private person, when it comes to that", she shares.

If I spoke to her I would just say, 'Congratulations, you make me happy.

Responding to the superstar shout out, Camila took to Twitter and again remarked in shock: "WAIT WAIT WAIT WAIT WHAT".

Speaking on his Apple Beats 1 Radio show, Elton said: "I think 2018's going to be an fantastic year for her". In a note shared late in the night December 18, 2016, the remaining Fifth Harmony members claimed Cabello had informed them of her decision to leave the group "via her representatives".

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"I think there's a healthy amount of space you need to give certain things", she said. "I don't like holding onto the past, especially when it's stuff that, in my opinion, is just petty". "Anything I can do to help you I'll do", regarding Camila.

Fifth Harmony has continued as a quartet and released their self-titled third album a year ago.

"It definitely hurt my feelings", said the Cuban-born Miami resident, who told the Times the stunt made her cry.

The 20-year-old reportedly got teary-eyed as she recalled the moment, but quickly gathered herself to continue.

"I just love that attitude, there's a vibrance here that makes me feel good. But I just wasn't expecting for them to be there and I just got kind of weird, I was like, 'Why are you so weird, stop being weird'".

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