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Selena Gomez just tried to do the honorable thing and stand up for her bestie, Taylor Swift, but unfortunately for her, the internet was not having it. 

Gomez came to Swift's defense after Kim Kardashian West took off the kid gloves and decided to no longer play nice with Swift. On Sunday night (July 17), Kardashian shared footage of a conversation between Swift and Kanye West on her Snapchat. In the convo, West asks approval from Swift before the release of his now-infamous (pun intended) song "Famous" where he raps, "I feel like me and Taylor might still have sex. Why? I made that bitch famous."

The footage shows that Swift is ALL for the song, agrees that he helped make her famous, and was super appreciative of West's gesture to keep her in the loop. The only thing that seems absent from the conversation is West telling Swift he refers to her as a bitch in the song, which is a big freaking deal, and someone can rightfully take offense. However, Swift made it seem that his reference to making her famous was the bigger issue when she accepted her Grammy for Album of the Year and chose to take several jabs at West in her acceptance speech

After Kardashian released the footage, Swift responded to both of their actions calling it "character assassination."

But Kardashian seems to have collectively gathered people on her side as the hashtag #KimExposedTaylorParty gained insane momentum.

Assuming the right thing to do was stand by her friend, Gomez decided to offer Swift support.

Yet the Twitterverse quickly felt inclined to remind Gomez she's not one to talk about people using their voice for "something that fucking matters." Many felt that the singer doesn't do enough with her platform to help bring about social change.

She continued to let everyone know that hate was not the answer.

But people collectively just thought she never should have gotten involved in the first place.

#SelenaGomezIsOverParty also started trending on Twiter.

I'm sure many are hoping the next time Gomez speaks out, it'll be against injustice, and not drama between celebs.