Halsey Clarifies After She Appears to Accuse Camila Cabello of Copying Her Album's Concept
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Besides Halsey, Lana Del Rey also has fans thinking that she is shading the former Fifth Harmony member by commenting underneath a teaser video, 'What the hell.'

AceShowbiz - Camila Cabello is currently counting down the days until she releases her sophomore album, though it has created a little bit controversy. Many were convinced that Halsey was shading the Cuban singer when the latter teased her upcoming project with an edgy video titled "What Do I Know About Love?" on Instagram.

In the video, Camila was seen posing against a forest, an ancient Roman building as well as an ocean background as she narrated about love. "What I know for sure about love is that you never come out of it the same," she said in the video."The other person is a chemical and I am a chemical. But we both will come out as different people than when we meet."

Soon after the video was posted, Halsey shared on Twitter, "Ohhh so it's just hopeless fountain kingdom but not. Okaaaay." This led people to speculate that the "Bad at Love" singer took a jab at Camila for allegedly copying the concept of her 2017 album "Hopeless Fountain Kingdom". But before more people got the wrong idea, she quickly deleted the post and clarified, "Just posted a 2 year old draft by accident. pls forgive me I'm getting too old for technology."

Halsey wasn't the only one who appeared to shade the former Fifth Harmony member over the concept of her new album, though. Lana Del Rey commented underneath the post, "What the hell," prompting people to believe that it was a shade since the teaser looked really similar to Lana's 2012 "Ride" music video. But just like Halsey, Lana quickly denied that she was shading Camila as writing, "I meant what the hell in a good way. As in it's so good."

Details regarding Camila's upcoming sophomore album is remain under wraps, though its first single is set to be released on September 5.

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