Camila Cabello Asks Fans to Stop 'Hateful' Behavior Toward the People She Loves

Camila Cabello
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Camila Cabello is seen wearing pants and belted coat Johanna Ortiz on June 18, 2019 in Cannes, France.

Camila Cabello is putting an end to the negative energy her fans have been spreading.

The songstress took to her Instagram story on Wednesday (June 26) to share a serious message: "To my fans, if you really love me, please do not send people I love and care about hateful things."

"You doing that really hurts me, and it's so unnecessary and heavy and damaging to add more pain to pain," she continued. "There's a real person behind your tweets. You spamming them with hateful, insensitive things is really not funny, is causing all of us pain, and doesn't all reflect the values I talk about."

"Please be kind and compassionate and sensitive and respectful. I know you love me, but anyone that's doing that is really not even respecting the sacred things in my life. The people I love and care about is one of them. I would really appreciate it if you would delete any mean comments you've sent, and please be kind by leaving it alone."   

The message comes following reports around the Internet that Cabello and boyfriend Matthew Hussey have split. While the "Havana" singer wasn't direct with what exactly she was referring to, a quick glance on Hussey's Instagram page shows a comment section flooded with the lyrics to her and Shawn Mendes' sexy new collab, "Señorita." On Twitter, fans have been sending the 32-year-old photos of Mendes and Cabello. 

Cabello has yet to publicly confirm her breakup with Hussey.