More and more people are throwing shade at Taylor Swift and her squad of celebrity hotties. Following in on the footsteps of "Skyscraper" singer Demi Lovato, model Hailey Baldwin has spoken out against the celebrity girl group by stating that she just doesn't get the concept of the T. Swift squad.

The 20-year-old celeb may have just sparked the inspiration for the 26-year-old songwriter's next single by speaking out against the famous posse. Hailey Baldwin has made it perfectly clear that she wants no part in Taylor Swift's famous gal pal collection.

In an exclusive interview with Australia's Yahoo7 Be on December 5, Baldwin declared that she didn't understand the need to create a public squad. Furthermore, the 5'8" model also continued to point out that she didn't understand the point that the Bad Blood singer's squad is trying to prove.

Hailey, daughter of actor Stephen Baldwin, was in Australia promoting her new cosmetic line, Model Co. During the interview, the model also stated that she had recently celebrated her twentieth birthday in a private matter with a small group of her close friends.

The drama between Swift and Baldwin doesn't seem to be news anymore, considering the fact that the 20-year-old has been throwing shade since 2012. The gutsy model told the entire Twitter-spere exactly what she thought of Taylor's relationship with Harry Styles in this gossip-worthy tweet.

Ironically enough, Baldwin's closest friends include members of the infamous girl squad. In fact, the model's alleged BFF, Gigi Hadid, is known to be an essential member of the infamous "Bad Blood" squad.

Taylor's famous gang also received some negative comments from none other than former Disney star, Demi Lovato. In October of 2016, Demi gave some snarky remarks towards T's squad in an interview with Glamour Magazine.

The "Cool For The Summer" singer stated that she disagreed with the popularity of the squad that posed unrealistic ideals of beauty and friendship. Lovato also spoke against Swift's reference to tearing down Katy Perry in her "Bad Blood" video by stating that it was a bad jest towards women's empowerment.

It seems that feelings are mutual, however, since sources from Perez Hilton have noted that members of Taylor's squad unfollowed Demi after posting a selfie with Hailey Baldwin at the Met Gala. Reports indicate that the likes of Selena Gomez, Lily Aldridge, and Karlie Kloss all unfollowed the singer after posting the photo.