Camila Cabello Asks Fans to Stop Causing ‘More Pain’ After Her Breakup With Matthew Hussey
Camila Cabello has asked her fans not to send "hurtful things" to Matthew Hussey after their split.
In case you missed it, the couple reportedly mutually decided to call it quits after 18 months together. Though neither of them has confirmed the breakup, Cabello's recent plea to her fans seemingly refers to it.
In a lengthy message posted to her Instagram Stories on Wednesday (June 26), the 22-year-old called on fans to be a little more sensitive and less hateful toward the people she loves.
"To my fans, if you really love me, please do not send people I love and care about hateful things," she started. "You doing that really hurts me, and it's so unnecessary and heavy and damaging to add more pain to pain."
"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," Cabello explained. "Please be kind and compassionate and sensitive and respectful."
She continued, "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."
As Cosmopolitan pointed out, Hussey seems to be getting a lot of negative feedback after posting this tweet on Tuesday, June 25: "Don't live the life that everyone else decides for you. Other people may have ideas of who you should date whether you should be in a relationship, and what you should be focused on."
It's unclear if he's referring to his split with Cabello, but fans certainly think so.
According to The Sun, the "Senorita" singer and British dating coach "had run [their] course and they decided to break up about a fortnight ago," a source told the outlet. “It was a mutual decision to end things. But they have spent a lot of time together over the last year and a half and want to stay friends despite going their own way."