One fan took Lizzo's advice to stream "Truth Hurts" and tweeted about it, asking, "Is this how the Taylor Swift fans act and operate?"
Lizzo retweeted the sentiment with another marching order: "Swifties and Lizzbians unite!"
Swifties and Lizzbians unite! https://t.co/IZzEyD1UVo— #STREAMTRUTHHURTS (@lizzo) October 7, 2019
Swift herself caught wind of the tweet, and shared it with her own selection of emojis — the jazz hands hug, a heart and a thumbs up.
It's a surprisingly wholesome and pleasant interaction, despite the Swifties' history of attacking everyone and anyone on Twitter.
Earlier this year, they went after Tool when Fear Inoculum dethroned Lover as the top-selling album. Just this week, they went after Justin Bieber's wife Hailey Baldwin, after Bieber mocked Swift's banana video.
See some of their nicer comments directed towards Lizzo, below.
The two superior fandoms coming together we will not only get u that female record we will get the main record and end men together #StreamTruthHurts— happy molloween (@1989sheerans) October 7, 2019
i'm officially a #swizzo— 𝓛𝑜𝓋𝑒, jillian (@truetomylover13) October 8, 2019
The Man Ft. Lizzo will be a blast. @taylorswift13— 𝓛𝑜𝓋𝑒, Ford ❤️ Afterglow Stan (@_ford_everest) October 8, 2019