Ariana Grande and Victoria Justice were rumored to have been feuding with each other, but speculations have died down years ago. Just recently, talks about an alleged feud once again circulated during Coachella.

Earlier this week, Justice was photographed attending the music festival in Los Angeles, but she left just before Grande’s headlining set. On her Instagram account, the actress confirmed that she has left the festival when she posted a photo of herself in Palm Springs.

“Until next time Coachella,” she captioned the snap. “Sorry I have to leave early, but I’m sure we’ll be seeing each other again soon.”

Some of Justice’s followers accused her of leaving Coachella to avoid seeing Grande’s performance. Minutes later, Justice uploaded a post on her Instagram Story saying that there were just too many artists that she wanted to see at the festival.

“There were so many artists I wanted to see, and of course, I wanted to see Ariana tonight, but I know she’s going to have an amazing show and she’s going to kill it,” she wrote.

Last year, Grande released the official music video for “Thank U, Next,” and it featured some of her “Victorious” co-stars, Matt Bennett, Liz Gilles and Daniella Monet. However, Justice was not part of the almost six-minute clip. The latter’s absence was once again seen as a sign that she’s not on good terms with Grande.

Four years ago, Justice spoke with Entertainment Tonight and said that she doesn’t think she will ever work with Grande again. “I think we’re kind of both on our separate paths right now,” she said. “I’ve been more focused on acting and she’s doing her singing thing and doing awesome,” Justice added.

And in 2013, Grande admitted to having some drama with her “Victorious” co-star. The “God Is A Woman” singer did not drop Justice’s name when she said that she felt she needed one of her co-star’s approval at all times. However, fans were convinced that she was talking about Justice at that time.

In the same year, Justice said that Grande called her before her interview with Seventeen came out and said that the story wasn’t really about her.

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Ariana Grande performs at Billboard Women In Music 2018 on December 6, 2018, in New York City. Mike Coppola/Getty Images for Billboard

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