Camila Cabello may be a solo artist but she had no problem addressing the drama surrounding herself and Fifth Harmony. The 19-year-old graced the cover of the latest issue of Billboard where she spoke about her feelings towards her old bandmates and the lack of communication she has had with them since quitting the group.

“So honored to be on the cover of @billboard this month, thank you guys so much,” the singer proudly tweeted about her new cover on Thursday.

In the interview with the publication, Cabello discussed a variety of topics including her departure from Fifth Harmony. The singer admitted that she may have caused tension in the group because of her willingness to openly voice her opinion.

The “Bad Things” singer admitted that she was open about expressing how unhappy she was with singing other people’s words. “I think that in a group there is always going to be tension, whether it’s because of this thing or [another] thing. Obviously, I think that rocked the boat,” she told Billboard.

Despite the tension that lingered throughout her time in the group, Cabello insists she has no ill feelings towards Dinah Jane Hansen, Lauren Jauregui, Normani Kordei and Ally Brooke Hernandez.

“I hoped that it would be a peaceful turning of the page and we would root for each other. But I only got love for them,” she said.

Cabello’s departure from Fifth Harmony was announced in December which resulted in the two parties briefly shading one another on social media.

Despite attempting to reach out to her former bandmates after leaving Fifth Harmony, Cabello admitted that she has not heard back from them and hasn’t spoken to any of them since leaving the group. “I don’t want to get into the details of that because it was really intense and it’s hard for me to talk about. It makes me sad,” she said.