NEW YORK, NY - DECEMBER 11: Singer Selena Gomez performs onstage during Z100's Jingle Ball 2015 at Madison Square Garden on D
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Word travels fast. Especially when you put it on Snapchat.

Overnight, Kim Kardashian posted video of husband Kanye West's phone call to Taylor Swift, in which he asked permission to use her name in his song "Famous," a song Swift denounced at its release. Now, Twitter's top trending topic is #KimExposedTaylorParty, and everyone is celebrating. But not Selena Gomez.

Taylor's BFF took to Twit to wedge herself into the chaos, writing that none of this drama actually matters in the grand scheme of life. Which is true. People didn't like what she said, though.

Nope, people are not happy. Selena's under fire for telling others to "use their voice for something that fucking matters," yet not acknowledging national tragedies, like racially driven police brutality and the Orlando massacre.

Gomez responded with a now-deleted tweet, saying: "oh lol so that means if I hashtag somethings I save lives? No -I don't give two fucks about 'sides'. You don't know what I do."

Meanwhile, Demi Lovato weighed into the Swift vs. Kardashian West face-off very subtly, liking this tweet:

And Justin Bieber? Well, here's what he has to say:

Revisit Selena Gomez talking about her "sister" Taylor Swift in this Fuse interview from 2013: