FIFTY HARMONY THROWS SERIOUS SHADE AT CAMILA CABELLO AT MTV VMA 2017

FIFTY HARMONY THROWS SERIOUS SHADE AT CAMILA CABELLO AT MTV VMA 2017

Fifth Harmony performance in MTV VMA 2017 throwing serious shade at their ex member Camila Cabello
Fifth Harmony performance in MTV VMA 2017 throwing serious shade at their ex member Camila Cabello
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Fifth Harmony threw some serious shade at their former group member Camila Cabello during the performance of in MTV Video Music Award 2017 by throwing Camila off the stage and continuing to perform.


This was the first ever performance for Fifth Harmony after Camila Cabello left the group in the MTV VMA's 2017 and they clearly shaded their ex band member by literally throwing them off the stage and showing anger for the ex mate.

Fifth Harmony pretty much had a great performance in the MTV VMA's show where they sang the two songs from their new album 'Angle' and 'Down' and rocked the show along with Gucci Mane. This was the first time they performed together in MTV after Camila left the group and it was big for them so they surely shaded their ex member by throwing someone of their stage in the background

In the previous years, Camila surely got the highlight in the performance as Camila started 2016 performance standing up while all the other members were sitting position. But this year, all the girls were in the standing position in the front side and one single girl is seen standing in the background with them with similar shining silver jacket as to other group member. As soon as performance starts, the girl in the back falls in the back of the stage and they continue their performance.

Althought the girl is not literally Camila who didn't attend the event, but the fall of that particular girl surely represented Camila who left the band for the four of them to continue their journey.

Fifth harmony did won 'Best Pop' Title with their latest song 'Down' ft Gucci Mane in MTV VMA's 2017.

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