Camila Cabello Reveals DM That Made Her QUIT Dating App

Camila cabello reveals dm that made her quit dating app

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Camila Cabello reveals the DM she received that made her quit online dating, during a stop by ‘The Drew Barrymore Show’ on Tuesday.

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