Cabello left mid-set and did not return to the stage

By Blake Bakkila
Updated September 04, 2016 01:20 PM
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Fifth Harmony‘s latest show went on without Camila Cabello.

The girl group had a show in St. Louis, Missouri on Friday night, and Cabello, 19, left the stage mid-set and did not return. The singer took to Snapchat after the show to apologize to her fans, according to E! News.

“Hi Missouri, sorry I couldn’t finish the set last night,” she wrote in the Snapchat. “Was having too much anxiety and couldn’t finish it … I love u. I’m truly sorry.”

After Cabello exited the stage, one of the members of the group told the crowd that Cabello was experiencing a “wardrobe malfunction,” according to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.

Just before performing on Friday, Cabello took to Twitter to share her exhaustion. She wrote, “just wanna sleep for 3 days.”

The group did not comment on Cabello’s exit, but posted a photo of all five girls on Saturday with the caption, “Last night #727TourStLouis.” On Sunday afternoon, Cabello returned to Twitter, writing, “Dallas, I’m so excited to see you … thank u guys for all the love, I love u so much.”

Last month, Cabello and bandmate Normani Kordei seemed less than harmonious when Kordei had a less-than-enthusiastic response to a Facebook Live interview question. The singer was supposed to say something nice about each member of the group, and appeared to stall when she got to Cabello.

“She is … let’s see. Camila. Very quirky. Yeah,” she eventually said. “Very quirky. Cute.”

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The comment sent Twitter users into a flurry, leading to harsh criticism and cyberbulling. Kordei tweeted that she was taking a break from social media, and has not posted anything since releasing her statement. Soon after, Cabello defended her bandmate and sent a message to those attacking Kordei.

“I stand by the words ‘love only,’ meaning I won’t tolerate on my timeline any kind of hate, racism, or discrimination towards ANYONE. period,” Cabello wrote in a tweet. “You don’t have to hate on somebody else to support me – I don’t appreciate it and it’s not what I’m about. Be kind or move on.”

Fifth Harmony’s next show is scheduled for Sunday night at the Gexa Energy Pavilion in Dallas, Texas.