The internet thinks Camila Cabello’s new song is about Fifth Harmony drama and their fans are in tears over it
Living for the drama of it all, tbh
Camila Cabello released her new song “I Have Questions” this weekend and it has Fifth Harmony fans screaming at each other in caps lock.
Basically, the song is Camila asking a friend or lover how they could hurt her like they did. It’s a pretty good “you broke my heart” pop ballad. But some fans think its not about some stupid Hollywood hunk, but Camila’s friend and former Fifth Harmony bandmate, Lauren Jauregui. JUICY.
They seriously think she ruined Camila’s life.
Fans claim parts of the background vocals are made to sound like Lauren.
While others think the whispering argument at the end includes two women so we can all assume its Camila and Lauren.
People are so sure about this theory, they have even made creepy mash-up music videos for the song. Like with their free time.
For years, fans have been shipping the two as “Carmen” — which Lauren thinks is creepy af because the singers were just friends. But apparently these friends have been at odds for months after Lauren allegedly called Camila a “bih.” DAMN GURL.
The other theories are that the song is about the band as a whole or Fifth Harmony fans, which is honestly just as dramatic. I always knew girl bands were too good to be true.
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