Fifth Harmony’s Camila Cabello may be done with the group but the four remaining members want the last word. Following Cabello’s rebuttal on Monday that she was “shocked” that the group announced her departure without her knowledge, Fifth Harmony claimed that she was not completely honest with them prior to her exit.

In a letter posted to her Instagram account, Cabello explained that she had “a long, much needed conversations” with Ally Brooke Hernandez, Lauren Jauregui, Normani Kordei and Dinah Jane. However, in a letter to the fans posted on each of the remaining Fifth Harmony members’ Instagram accounts, the girls denied any sit down with their former bandmate.

“These supposed lengthy conversations never happened, although we pleaded,” the group countered Cabello’s claims. In fact, the group alleged that they tried countless times to discuss the future of Fifth Harmony with Cabello and planned things such as group counseling and group meetings which she refused to attend.

The group claimed that they have been trying for a year and a half to convince Cabello and her team to stay in the group and make one more Fifth Harmony album. Despite their efforts, by mid-November the four girls were informed that Cabello would be leaving the group and performing her final show Dec. 18. The band stated that they were “truly hurt” and “confused” by the departure but wished her the best.

In the end, the remaining members of Fifth Harmony said they would not participate in a back and forth social media conversation with their former bandmate. “We know our truth, we know the hard work we’ve put in and how we’ve tried time and time again to make this work for the five of us,” they wrote before ending their letter.

Cabello has already seen success as a solo artist. Her song “Bad Things” with Machine Gun Kelly went gold and she ended her Instagram post by telling fans she is “excited and full of joy” for her new journey.