Taylor Swift dropped her star-studded “You Need To Calm Down” video on Monday, and Ariana Grande was quick to jokingly throw shade at the singer for not including her in it. Swift and Grande have displayed their PDF (public display of friendship) multiple times over the years, though Grande is not part of Swift’s squad.

The new video features big celebrities like Ellen DeGeneres, Katy Perry, the “Queer Eye” Fab Five, Ciara, Bobby Berk, Laverne Cox and Ryan Reynolds. It also features cameos of drag queens like Trinity the Truck and Delta Work, who showed up at the end of the video, impersonating some of today’s biggest pop stars like Adele, Lady Gaga, Beyonce, Nicki Minaj, Ariana Grande.

Shortly after the video was unveiled, almost everyone who starred in it took to social media to share how they felt about the clip. On Tuesday, it was Grande’s turn to share her thoughts about Swift’s new video via her Instagram story. Sharing a snap of Tatianna, the drag queen who portrayed her in the clip, Grande teasingly thanked Swift for including her in her video.

“Ty for having me in your video I was amazing @taylorswift. JK @tatiannagram you f----ing killed it, love u & am honored,” she wrote. “Taylor, congrats on YNTCD. I f----ing love it and the message soooo much,” she added.

A song for the LGBTQ community, “You Need To Calm Down” features Ciara marrying gay couple Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Justin Mikita. The single serves as Swift’s first politically controversial single since she received backlash last October for allegedly being apolitical. It can be recalled that at the time, Swift responded to the criticisms via a long Instagram post, where she acknowledged being reluctant to publicly voice her public opinions.

Meanwhile, Swift has yet to respond to Grande’s post. While Swift and Grande are not BFFs, they are on good terms. They have appeared in multiple events together, including the 2014 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show, where they were spotted hugging and complimenting each other backstage. When Grande blasted the media in 2014 for continually asking women sexist questions, Swift reacted to her post and told the singer she’s proud of her.

Taylor Swift, Ariana Grande and Ed Sheeran Taylor Swift, Ariana Grande and Ed Sheeran pose with the models on the runway at the annual Victoria's Secret fashion show at Earls Court on December 2, 2014, in London, England. Karwai Tang/WireImage