Fifth Harmony's Lauren Jauregui has just said what we've all been thinking and we're bloody frothing over here.
Controversial The Sun journo Dan Wootton (who was ~famously~ blocked by Zayn lel) shaded 5H for dodging a question in a soon-to-be-released interview.
"Sad but somewhat amusing when you see a young music group you've supported turn into total divas!" He tweeted.
As his followers started speculating that he was referring to Little Mix, he assured fans that it was another girl band and not Little Mix.
Shortly after, he pointed all the arrows at Fifth Harmony by announcing that they would be the next guests on his podcast.
After spotting all the shade that was being thrown at her band, Lauren stepped in to clarify what went down.
"I'm not sure how trying to avoid answering probing questions meant to start drama b/w women is being 'diva'..but thanks for the support," she wrote.
Fans (to quote Louis) OBVIOUSLY were on Lauren's side and praised their queen for handling the sitch like a boss.
All the Twitter shade got Dan feeling salty AF, so he continued to sass the girls on social media because, well, he's got nothing else to do.
"I've given you four years of support Lauren. I asked you about the circumstances of Camila's departure from the group, yes. It's news." He wrote.
"The questions were in no way probing or intending to start drama. And everyone can listen for themselves tomorrow. Sad how you've changed."
Then, he (unsurprisingly) dealt some low blows including Camila's exit as well as Lauren's sexuality and arrest.
"I totally understand why Camila - a genuinely lovely good soul- had to walk #FifthHarmony," he added.
"Yes I also politely asked you about your marijuana arrest, you anti Trump letter, bisexuality and your romance with Ty Dolla Sign.It's news!"
And just in case there was any uncertainty at that point, he clarified that his initial tweet was about Fifth Harmony.
"Confirmed: This was about Fifth Harmony," he tweeted.
Wootton announced that he will release the podcast that started the whole thing V soon, but Harmonisers are NOT down for listening to their girls being berated by overly personal and invasive questions and frankly, neither are we!