Taylor Swift Accused Of Trying To Break Up Fifth Harmony

Taylor Swift is being accused of trying to break up Fifth Harmony.

Taylor’s known for having a little bad blood with some famous names, and rumors are now swirling that the girls of Fifth Harmony, minus Camila Cabello, could be next in line.

Following the recent drama surrounding Taylor, Kim Kardashian, and husband Kanye West, Fifth Harmony’s family members are now accusing Swift of attempting to break up the band through her friendship with Camila.

According to Pop Crave, Dinah Jane’s aunt took to social media after Kim took to Snapchat to post a video of Taylor approving West’s song “Famous,” where she accused the popstar of trying to split up Fifth Harmony.

“I always knew @taylorswift13 was a SNAKE!” the Twitter user, who claims to be Dinah Jane’s aunt, wrote on Twitter on July 18, claiming that Swift was “trying to break up my girls & use [Camila Cabello] as her protégé.”

The Fifth Harmony family member then scathingly told Taylor, “Bye b****, you’ve been exposed.”

Another social media user, who’s also thought to be one of Dinah’s aunt’s, also gave her two cents on the situation on social media according to ATRL, claiming that Swift was only ever friendly towards to Camila.

“I love Camila but Taylor is fake [as f***],” she tweeted, alleging that Swift was “only nice to 1 out of 5” of the Fifth Harmony girls.

On-stage cuddling with @allybrookeofficial and @camila_cabello

A photo posted by Taylor Swift (@taylorswift) on

Fifth Harmony are yet to officially speak out about the drama, though Dinah herself appeared to make it clear that she was on Team Kim following Taylor’s Kardashian call out.

According to Hollywood Life, after Kardashian posted footage of Swift giving West her approval to release the track “Famous,” Dinah retweeted a very telling message on her official Twitter page.

The site reported on July 18 that Dinah retweeted a tweet by ‏Marissa Callahan that read, “I LOVE KIM KARDASHIAN,” though she now appears to have unretweeted the message.

Rumors claiming that the rest of the Fifth Harmony girls aren’t exactly Swift’s biggest fans have long swirled, with Perez Hilton claiming back in April that Camila actually ditched her bandmates to hang out with Taylor and her girl squad.

So stoked this pic exists because this was SO MUCH FUN @FifthHarmony

A photo posted by Taylor Swift (@taylorswift) on

The blogger reported earlier this year that Dinah, Normani, and Ally Brooke were all spotted partying together at Coachella while Cabello instead opted to spend her time at the California festival with Taylor and her crew, including Martha Hunt, Serayah and Kennedy Rayee.

Martha took to Instagram to post a number of videos of the girls hanging out together, where Camila can be seen teaching the girls the moves to Fifth Harmony’s hit, “Work from Home.”

Just months prior, Taylor invited Fifth Harmony on stage to perform with her during her 1989 tour, where Billboard reported that Swift reserved a special shout out for Camila.

“[She’s] in one of the biggest and most successful groups in the world,” Taylor allegedly told the crowd in August 2015 according to Billboard.

“They have one of the most powerful and loyal fanbases in the world,” Swift continued of Fifth Harmony, adding that the girls “also have one of the biggest smash hit singles in the country right now called ‘Worth It.'”

Just months after the girls hit the stage together, Camila also revealed in an interview with MTV that she was pretty close to Taylor, who once threw her a birthday party.

“She invited me to come over and she was so sweet,” Cabello told the site of the party. “She made me feel really special [and] she’s just a really, really cool friend.”

It’s not clear whether or not Cabello’s fellow Fifth Harmony girls were invited to the bash, though none of Camila’s bandmates appeared to attend Swift’s big party.

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