Camila Cabello and Fifth Harmony
Camila Cabello ended her professional relationship with Fifth Harmony in order to pursue a solo career. Normani Kordei, Dinah Jane Hansen, Lauren Jauregui, Cabello and Ally Brooke Hernandez are pictured attending the Y100’s Jingle Ball on Dec. 18, 2016 in Sunrise, Florida. Getty Images

Although Camila Cabello left Fifth Harmony in December in order to become a solo artist, months later, the group has revealed that her departure has had a positive effect on them.

In an interview with Billboard, the “Down” singers confessed that they have moved passed the drama that transpired when Cabello initially left the group. “I get to sleep at night knowing we did everything in our power as friends, bandmates and human beings to make it work,” Normani Kordei told the publication.

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“Let’s just say we’re in a better place now -- there are no secrets in this circle,” Dinah Jane Hansen added.

Fifth Harmony had their fair share of drama when the “Crying in the Club” singer left the group. After the foursome released a statement announcing her surprise departure, Cabello hit back saying that the group was fully aware that she planned to leave the group in December 2016.

In a letter posted to her social media accounts, Cabello stated that she had “a long, much needed conversations” with members Kordei, Hansen, Ally Brooke Hernandez and Lauren Jauregui.

However, the group revealed that she never approached them about her departure and thwarted any attempts to come to a compromise. “These supposed lengthy conversations never happened, although we pleaded,” the group stated.

The ladies revealed that despite attempting to discuss the future of the group with Cabello and scheduling group counseling sessions and group meetings, she refused to attend.

“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 at the time of the split.

Nowadays, the group insists that they are doing better than ever. “We genuinely embrace and love one another for all that we are, whether that’s the bad or good,” Kordei told Billboard.

Meanwhile, Hernandez explained that she is grateful the women had learned to speak up for themselves. “I’m so proud of us, because we developed our voices as young, strong females,” she said.

One of the reasons Cabello left the group was because she felt conflicted singing songs that she could not relate to. However, for their third studio album, Fifth Harmony has actually had a hand in the writing process.

Leah Haywood of Dreamlab revealed that the ladies were very professional when it came to creating lyrics for songs on their upcoming album. “We sat and wrote verses together, because they’re empowered women who want to be pushing the agenda,” she explained.

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“I was pretty blown away. They were hungry and excited and seemed like they had a serious new point to prove,” Poo Bear, who worked with Skrillex during a writing session with the group, stated.

Despite the rumors surrounding the group that has refused to add a fifth member and change their name following Cabello’s exit, it looks like the ladies of Fifth Harmony are focused on the future and are more than ready to leave the drama in the past.