Selena Gomez is such a good friend to Taylor Swift. The “Wolves” singer came to Swift’s defense amid her ongoing feud with Scooter Braun and Big Machine Records.

On Tumblr, Swift revealed that Braun has refused to let her play her old music on television. Shortly after, Gomez took her thoughts to Instagram by saying that what Braun is doing to her good friend is making her sick and extremely angry.

It’s greed, manipulation, and power. There is no heart or thought of anyone else. No respect for the words my friend has written since she was a 14-year-old in her bedroom,” Gomez wrote.

Swift also said that the only thing she wants is to be able to play her own music. However, Braun and Scott Borchetta have made it impossible for her to do so. And because of this, her upcoming performance at the AMA’s and her Netflix documentary are still on hold.

But Big Machine Records released a statement denying Swift’s claims. They said that they never prevented the singer from performing at the AMAs. The record label doesn’t have any say regarding Swift’s Netflix documentary either.

“Since Taylor’s decision to leave Big Machine last fall, we have continued to honor all of her requests to license her catalog to third parties as she promotes her current record in which we do not financially participate, ” the record label said in a statement.

Meanwhile, Gomez’s ex-boyfriend, Justin Bieber, previously came to his manager Braun’s defense amid Swift’s accusations. The “Baby” singer shared a screenshot of TMZ’s headline, “ Taylor Swift Free to Play All Her Hits During AMAs...Big Machine Can't Stop Her,” on his Instagram Story.

Earlier this year, Bieber also denied Swift’s allegations that Braun bullied her. Gomez’s ex-boyfriend reminded Swift that Braun has had her back since she started her music career. Bieber also said that it’s not fair for Swift to air her sentiments on social media without getting her facts straights.

Selena Gomez and Taylor Swift Musicians Selena Gomez (L) and Taylor Swift attend the 58th GRAMMY Awards at Staples Center on February 15, 2016, in Los Angeles, California. Jason Merritt/Getty Images