Whether you believe Taylor got caught in a full-out lie about pretending she knew nothing about Kanye West鈥檚 鈥淔amous鈥 lyrics or if it鈥檚 true that she was shocked and offended by the song鈥檚 final version, one thing is for sure: Taylor is somewhere having a total case of the Mondays. Luckily 鈥 and not for the first time 鈥 she鈥檚 got her squad by her side, with Selena Gomez, Chlo毛 Grace Moretz and Martha Hunt all publicly having her back in the Snapgate fallout.

The tone of the messages is remarkably cohesive 鈥攖hey鈥檙e all pointing out the escapist distraction aspect of this news, urging Kim to use her voice for more important matters and for their own followers to pay attention to the real issues. Could there have been some coordination for these messages? Some people think so.

Ruby Rose has penned a lengthy (and well-timed) update about not engaging with online hate, though she claims it reflects her own experiences and process and has nothing at all to do with Taylor鈥檚 current situation.

There hasn鈥檛 been much from the rest of Taylor鈥檚 squad, including Lena Dunham, who has been quick to come to Taylor鈥檚 defense in the face of Kanye鈥檚 actions before. Zendaya, meanwhile, who was in Taylor鈥檚 鈥淏ad Blood鈥 video, quickly distanced herself from Tay and was seen retweeting tweets in support of Kim, but quickly un-liked them. The Internet, however, is forever.

Do you think more of Taylor鈥檚 squad needs to speak out? Let us know @BritandCo.

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