Nothing gets past Selena Quintanilla's hardcore fans. While her supporters are "muy excited" about her upcoming addition to the Hollywood Walk of Fame, some were questioning why it took so long in the first place.

Now, there's a new complaint after her sister, Suzette Quintanilla, shared photos of the making of the star on social media.

Suzette got the privilege of being hands on with the creation of the star, and she shared the moment with followers of Selena's official accounts ahead of its official unveiling on November 3.

“They don’t give this honor to everyone, so I’m beyond honored... to be able to participate in the making of it, priceless,” Suzette said.

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The star reads, "Selena Quintanilla."

It also includes a symbol recognizing her contributions to the music industry — but some fans believe that something major is missing.

Their issue? The star doesn't include her married last name, Perez, and they want answers.

From Facebook to Instagram, you couldn't escape the disappointment felt by so many of her followers.

Their reaction is not surprising, since fans not only put Selena on a pedestal, but her relationship with husband Chris Perez as well.

Many are still fiercely loyal to him and will defend him tooth and nail. 

Supporters were already in their feelings over Selena's father's attempt to shut down a TV show Perez planned on making about their love story. Leaving his name out of the star is like adding salt to that wound.

Abraham Quintanilla, Jr., filed a lawsuit to stop the show, which would be based on Perez's book "To Selena, with Love," from happening in 2016. The basis of Abraham's argument against the project is that Perez is not authorized to produce anything in connection to Selena's name. Perez signed an agreement where he gave all of his rights over to Abraham two months after her death.

But the fact of the matter is, we don't know exactly why the Perez name wasn't included.

She is widely known as Selena Quintanilla, which may have led to the decision, or the choice could have been made because it was more aesthetically pleasing. Perhaps adding Perez would've been too long. Who knows? There is no shortage of fan theories, that's for sure.

The good news is that Chris Perez announced that he will be at the unveiling, which is certainly a good sign that there are no hard feelings.

The reveal is going down on Friday, November 3 in Los Angeles, California at 6:30 pm in front of the Capitol Records building located at 1750 Vine Street.

Do you feel like Perez was slighted? Or is this an overreaction? Let us know in the comments or on Facebook.