What should have been a fun night to remember for Keke Palmer and Trey Songz turned into an all-out social media feud.

Once the actress noticed she was featured in the singer and Fabolous’ “Pick Up the Phone” remix, which features Travis Scott and Young Thug without her consent, a war of words erupted between the two on Saturday night after the video was released. Palmer accused the singer of using “sexual intimidation” to force her into appearing in the music video despite her objection.

Palmer was upset because she felt that her appearance in the music video could damage her brand, which includes her popular role in Ryan Murphy’s hit series “Scream Queens.” The Fox program wrapped its second season last year.

“Just cause you give someone food and alcohol and throw in a little sexual intimidation doesn’t mean they will buckle,” Palmer wrote in her lengthy Instagram post condemning her appearance in Songz’s video.

Songz responding by slamming Palmer for not handling her issue with the situation privately and accused her of seeking public attention by addressing it on social media.

After she further addressed her unwillingness to participate in the video, fans showered Palmer with support resulting in her opening up to a fan in the early hours of Monday morning. “It’s sad that people act like you must be on drugs if you’re happy, enjoying life & being you,” one fan wrote to Palmer.

“Ppl that don’t know me tell me I do coke everyday. That should show you the level of hating that is possible, so don’t let it upset you!” Palmer tweeted back, explaining that people say negative things, like accusing her of having a drug problem, out of jealousy.

The 23-year-old went on to insist that people who use such negativity are simply unhappy and disconnected from a high source of power.

Since initially addressing the incident, Songz has not responded to Palmer’s other comments.