Calm down, Internet.
There is no bad blood between Fifth Harmony band mates Camila Cabello and Normani Kordei.
Kordei is taking a break from Twitter after horrific racial slurs and photo shopping showed up on her feed after a Facebook Live interview.
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When asked how she got along with everyone (which also includes fellow it “Worth It” crooners Ally Brooke, Lauren Jauregui and Dinah-Jane Hansen), Kordei hesitated when it came to describing Cabello: “Camila... she is... um... let’s see... Camila... very quirky ... um... cute.”
After a torrent of abuse that we will not repeat here, the 20-year-old singer posted an open letter on Twitter last week to explain what is happening and that she was not all throwing shade at the Cuban native, Miami raised singer who attended Miami Palmetto Senior High School. Kordei also said she was taking a break from the social media channel.
“I have shown nothing but commitment for the success of Fifth Harmony, even promoting on my days off but yet I always find myself as the target of unjust hate and slander.”
Cabello also took to the Web to show her support for Kordei: “I stand by the words "love only", meaning I won't tolerate on my time line any kind of hate, racism, or discrimination towards ANYONE. period.”
5H plays Perfect Vodka Amphitheatre Aug. 26. Let’s hope the dust settles by then.