The internet is well and truly divided over Netflix's new TV phenomenon, 13 Reasons Why.
It has been such a hit because it addresses issues that haven't been spoken about enough with teenagers, like sexual assault, bullying and suicide.
It's a confronting show, so it's not surprising that there are people who aren't a fan.
But this one is sort of unexpected.
The band Car Seat Headrest actually contributed music to the soundtrack of the show, and now, they've lashed out against them.
Posting a series of tweets, they say, "As someone who contributed to the soundtrack for '13 Reasons Why', I am obliged to tell you all that it's kind of f*** up," the first tweet read.
"Writers: Please don't tell kids how to turn their miserable and hopeless lives into a thrilling and cathartic suicide mission."
"Kids: This is not a narrative you need to subscribe to. Go watch 'Spring Breakers' instead."
Yikes. Spring Breakers is actually a movie Selena Gomez was in, who is now one of the producers of the show, so we aren't sure if that's a slight jab or not.
Headspace also just recently issued a warning to everyone planning on watching the show, revealing that calls and concerns about the show were flooding in.
Netflix have now revealed that they will update their warnings for the episodes, and Selena herself has come out and defended the show.
"I believed in the project for so long and I understood what the message was," she told Associated Press. "I just wanted it to come across in a way that kids would be frightened, but confused - in a way that they would talk about it because it's something that's happening all the time."
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