Selena Gomez stands at Taylor Swift .
The "Wolves" singer took to Instagram on Friday to defend his BFF in the middle of Swift's fight with Scooter Braun and Scott Borchetta .
"My heart is so heavy right now," Gomez wrote in the post. "It makes me sick and extremely angry. (I don't care that there can be revenge) this is my opinion. It is greed, manipulation and power. There is no heart or thought of anyone else. No respect for the words my friend has been writing since she was 1
Looking back at her 13-year friendship with Swift, Gomez continued to call the "Blank Space" star the "most devoted, fearless, feisty, strongest woman I have ever known."
"People can say bitch," she added, "but what I tell you is what is called a woman of true identity and strength who takes nothing."
Gomez also recalled listening to Swift & # 39; s song "Fearless" before it came out and saw how she "just glittered." The "Lose You to Love Me" artist remembered that Swift was "so proud that her diary was read by the whole world" but also "nervous that people didn't like it."
"But it became one of the biggest records – an album that saved so many young women who felt lonely. Have a broken heart. Who healed. Those who felt invisible, Gomez continued." Gave a voice to those who didn't know they had one all the time. Believe in dreams again. I went on to see how she has constantly challenged herself to create a beautiful lie that [belonged] to just her. "
Gomez then made it clear that" the most important thing for Taylor is her family, love, her fans and her MUSIC. "
" I really hope it will change my heart in this unfortunate situation, "she continued." Seeing my best friend (or any of my friends) constantly being pulled down is the worst feeling. Taylor is fighting. She will never stop fighting. People grow from choice. Some will remain exactly the same. I just want to change my heart. I love you. "
Gomez was not the only celebrity to show Swift support. Gigi Hadid Halsey Camila Cabello Brendon Urie and Todrick Hall all gathered behind Swift.  Selena Gomez “/>
On Thursday, the ten-time Grammy winner took to social media to send a note to her fans called "Don't know what else to do." In the open letter, Swift opened about her plans on performing a medley of her hits during the American Music Awards, honoring her with the Artist of the Decade Award.
"Scott Borchetta and Scooter Braun have now said that I must not play my old songs on TV because they claim it would record my music before I am allowed next year, "she wrote.
She also revealed that Netflix had created a documentary about her life in recent years, claiming that" Scott and Scooter have declined the use of my older music or p erformance images of the project, although none of them or Big Machine Records are mentioned anywhere in the movie. "" Scott Borchetta told my team that they will allow me to use my music only if I do these things: If I agree not to record copycat versions of my songs next year (which is something I am both legally allowed to do and look forward to) and also told my team that I must s top talk about him and Scooter Braun, ”Swift continued. "I feel very strongly that sharing what happens to me can change the level of awareness of other artists and possibly help them avoid a similar fate. The message sent to me is very clear. Basically be a good little girl and shut up. Or then you are punished. This is FIELD. None of these men had a hand in writing those songs. They did nothing to create the relationship I have with my fans. So this is where I ask for your help. " The "Lover" singer then asked his fans to "please let Scott Borchetta and Scooter Braun know how you like this."
"Scooter also handles several artists that I really care about other artists and their work," she added. "Ask them for help with this – I hope they might be able to talk some sense with the men who exercise tyrannical control over someone who just wants to play the music she wrote. I especially ask for help from The Carlyle Group who put up money for sales of my music to these two men. I just want to be able to play MY OWN music. That's it. "
Near the end of the post, Swift claimed that she" tried to solve this privately through my team but couldn't solve anything. " She then described her upcoming AMA performance, the Netflix documentary and "all other recorded events" that she planned to play until November 2020 as a "big question mark."
"I have tried to investigate this privately through my team but have not been able to solve anything. Right now my appearance on AMA's, Netflix documentary and other recorded events I plan to play until November 2020 is a question mark."  "I love you and I thought you should know what happened," she concluded.
The Big Machine Label Group, founded by Borchetta, fired back against Swift's claims regarding AMA's performance and Netflix documentary.
"At no point did we say Taylor couldn't perform at AMA or block her Netflix special," part of the statement read. "We actually have no right to prevent her from performing live anywhere. 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 when she markets her current record where we do not participate. financially. "