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08-Jan-2018 00:31

Vulnerability helps lay the foundation for all that.” We respect Williams for speaking out about the creative mistakes she’s made in the past.

As a teenager you have to learn from the things that you’ve done, and it sounds like, after 10 years of rumination and soul-searching, the singer has come to a place where those events have made her a stronger and more compassionate woman.

I want to be honest with you guys about how this band formulated from day one.

I did not think Hayley's version told the whole story, at least from our perspective and hopefully this will explain a bit about why we are leaving." Farro then proceeds to take countless shots at the band, calling Paramore "a manufactured product of a major label," and accusing frontwoman Hayley Williams of not only being manipulated by her management, but also of treating the group as her solo project.

When [artist id="1968732"]Paramore[/artist] announced this past weekend that they had parted ways with brothers Josh and Zac Farro, they did so by taking a not-so-subtle jab at their former bandmates, writing, "None of us were really shocked.

“[The lyrics for “Misery Business”] literally came from a page in my diary. It’s the way I tried to call her out using words that didn’t belong in the conversation.“We want to publicly state — plainly, and only this time — that we are splitting up,” the note reads.“We also feel it’s important to state that we are going to be okay and in fact, we remain close friends who are good in each other’s eyes…We will continue to encourage and support each other personally and professionally.” Read the full letter below.Musician Chad Gilbert of New Found Glory and singer Hayley Williams of Paramore arrive at the People's Choice Awards 2010 held at Nokia Theatre L. Live on January 6, 2010 in Los Angeles, California.

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It’s been 10 years since Paramore released the song, but Hayley Williams is still responding to criticism over the band’s track “Misery Business” and its apparent sexist, misogynistic, and slut-shaming lyrics.

The friendships our band once had were no longer existent." He closes the statement by saying he didn't intend "to belittle or disgrace" his former bandmates and that he simply wanted "to clarify our decision for leaving and our desire to finally tell you guys the truth." He also adds that both he and his brother were trying to figure out "a friendly way to leave our part of Paramore intact." He closes the letter by saying, "We want to thank you guys for all of your love and support over the past seven years.