Fifth Harmony Fans Trend #WeLoveYouAlly After Ally Brooke Is Told She’s The ‘Least Loved’ In The Band

Fifth Harmony fans took to Twitter to throw their support behind Ally Brooke after she was allegedly told by a concertgoer that she’s the “least loved” in the band.

Fifth Harmony’s most dedicated followers spread messages of love for the talented girl-bander on social media, trending the hashtag #WeLoveYouAlly on both August 19 and August 20 and stating the many reasons that they love Ally.

Twitter user @AlexCruz0 explained the reason behind the hashtag trend on social media, revealing that a so-called fan made hurtful remarks to Ally prior to their August 19 “7/27 Tour” stop at Red Hat Amphitheater in Raleigh, North Carolina.

The Fifth Harmony fan tweeted out amid the trend that the concertgoer supposedly “asked Ally if she knew she was the least loved in the group” during a pre-concert meet and greet in the North Carolina city.

Fifth Harmony Fans Trend #WeLoveYouAlly For Ally Brooke After She's Told She's The 'Least Loved' In The Band [Photo by David Becker/Getty Images]Ally and her Fifth Harmony bandmates are yet to confirm the incident, though the social media user added that Ally’s fellow girl-bander Lauren Jauregui supposedly told the fan to “shut up” after making the hurtful comments.

But is certainly wasn’t just Lauren who had Ally’s back in the wake of the negativity.

A slew of Fifth Harmony’s loyal fans also defended Brooke on Twitter though the love-filled trend, sending the singer a whole lot of love through the hashtag #WeLoveYouAlly.

“#WeLoveYouAlly I am so sorry about what happened at the meet and greet I hope you know that we harminizors love you,” Fifth Harmony fan @Alissaforever1 told Brooke, and @FifthHarmonyITA wrote on the 140-character site, “We love and appreciate you endlessly. Please know you make us smile and inspire us daily. You’re a blessing, @AllyBrooke! #WeLoveYouAlly.”

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“We Love You Ally So Much. Just Know YOU ARE LOVED By Us #WeLoveYouAlly,” Fifth Harmony follower @727WorldTour added amid the trend.

Fifth Harmony followers also used the trending hashtag to slam the fan who made the remarks to Brooke during the Raleigh meet and greet session.

“People who call themselves ‘fans’ but show the opposite. Shame on you. #WeLoveYouAlly,” @dopevoices wrote to Fifth Harmony fans.

Despite the latest drama, Ally Brooke didn’t appear to let the negativity get to her, even taking to Instagram to tell Fifth Harmony’s dedicated followers that she was “grateful” to have met another fan during the Raleigh meet and greet.

Brooke posted a sweet photo of herself kissing a fan on the check on the photo sharing site, telling fans that the meet and greet winner was actually a “preemie” who inspired her.

“Grateful for this moment,” Ally told her more than 2 million followers on August 19. “My spirit is overjoyed to see a preemie like Karly thrive, enjoy life, and help other babies just like us. It brought tears to my eyes,” Brooke wrote in the caption.

“I am so honored to be an ambassador for @MarchofDimes and forever grateful for what they do for families and babies all across the globe just like this gorgeous gal!” the Fifth Harmony star added as the hashtag began to trend.

Brooke also spread the love following the drama on Twitter, tweeting, “Raleigh! Tonight was awesome.”

This isn’t the first time the Fifth Harmony girls have found themselves the subject of negativity and hate from so-called fans, as Brooke’s bandmate Normani Kordei told fans earlier this month that she would be taking a social media break after being subjected to “horrific” racial abuse from a group of Fifth Harmony followers.

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Us Weekly confirmed Normani’s hiatus, citing a message posted to Twitter by the Fifth Harmony star in which she admitted that she could no longer subject herself to the hate she receives from so-called fans on a daily basis.

“Over the course of this last week and especially over the last 48 hours I’ve not just been cyber bullied, I’ve been racially cyberbullied with tweets and pictures so horrific and racially charged that I can’t subject myself any longer to the hate,” Normani told Fifth Harmony fans on Twitter.

“I’m not the first black female celebrity to deal with this and I’m sure I won’t be the last,” continued Kordei. “I want to take this moment to say love goes much further than hate in this world. Hiding behind a computer and putting people down, especially for the color of their skin doesn’t make you cool, it makes you a coward!”

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