The 'Come & Get It' hitmaker, who reportedly ''flipped out'' after finding text messages from Kylie on her on-again, off-again boyfriend Justin Bieber's phone earlier this month, has buried the hatchet with the 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' stars after realising she ''overreacted.''
A source told Us Weekly magazine: ''Selena has no issues with the Jenner girls. They had an issue but they have cleared it up. She has always liked the Jenner girls. They had been fans of Selena since they were young.''
Selena, 21, was very upset when she spotted Kylie, 16, chatting to Justin, 20, after they attended the Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival together in Indio, California.
A source said: ''Selena felt Kylie was flirting with Justin.''
Another insider said that the drama really kicked off at a party at Justin's rented house in the area.
The source close to Justin said: ''It got messy. Selena said the Jenner girls were flirting with Justin and his crew. She was pissed and overreacted.''
The 'Spring Breakers' actress recently turned her back on many of her old friends because she wants to focus on her career and doesn't want to be known as a party girl.
The brunette beauty, who spent three weeks in rehab in January, has also been attending church regularly to help her deal with depression.
A source said previously: ''Selena is trying to change her ways by going to church and more so to avoid going to rehab. She feels like she has a spiritual gap and that maybe that's why she is struggling.
''She learned about the spiritual aspect in rehab when they talked about the Twelve Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous.''
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