Fifth Harmony and Camila Cabello may have split up but it doesn’t mean that the women don’t face similar issues in their careers. On separate occasions, the two parties have revealed that they have had to overcome the doubts of haters who believed they would fail to be successful.

On Monday, Fifth Harmony shared a clip from their “In Conversation” interview with Tidal where Lauren Jauregui gushed over the group’s abilities to prove people wrong.

“We are so resilient, I am so proud of us. I can’t even explain to you, there’s just so much and so many moments, so many people that like they don’t want to see you win,” she said during the interview as her fellow members agreed with her.

“Like [DJ] Khaled says, it’s a real thing. They don’t want to see you win, they don’t want to see you thrive, they don’t want to see you happy,” Jauregui continued.

A few months after Cabello left the group, Jauregui revealed that she and the four remaining members, Dinah Jane Hansen, Normani Kordei and Ally Brooke Hernandez, had to fight to keep the group name.

The singer hinted that people on their team tried to pressure them into a name change but they put on a united front to preserve their legacy.  “We felt like within ourselves, no, Fifth Harmony is the name we grew up with and we worked for and it’s our brand,” the Jauregui told MTV in June.

“It’s who we are. It’s our whole entire moment. It’s what we spent five years on,” she continued.

Despite the break up, Fifth Harmony was able to successfully continue their careers as a singing group, and Cabello embarked on a journey as a solo artist.

On Sunday, the singer revealed that many people doubted her and her ability to write music. However, she was able to prove them wrong.

“People kept saying to us that this song was never gonna work at radio because they didn’t think people would ‘get it’ and today ‘Havana’ is 1 at pop radio, thanks to my amazing fan army and my lovely friends at radio for believing and supporting,” Cabello tweeted.

“Accomplishments are never the important part, getting to make music and do what I love every day is really the reward, but I know how hard u guys go for me and I really appreciate anybody who’s ever believed and supported me on this journey so far,” she added.

Although Cabello is no longer a part of Fifth Harmony, it seems she still has a few things in common with her old group members.