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Just like I predicted it’s a wrap for Danity Kane! This will go down as one of the shortest reunions ever. Just a few days ago TMZ broke the news the trio were involved in an argument at the studio on Monday when Dawn Richard punched Aubrey O’day.

Now group members Aubrey and Shannon are speaking out. The girls released a statement earlier today confirming the group is officially over, while revealing that it is all Dawn’s fault. According to Shannon, Dawn has been dealing with some serious demons lately and her attitude has become darker and darker over time. Meanwhile, Aubrey says that she can no longer go on pretending everything is okay, especially since Dawn decided to resort to violence.

Here’s the full statement from both girls. It’s pretty long but explains everything:

(Note from Shannon and Aubrey)

Anyone that knows us even slightly could see we usually have opposing views and stark contrasts in dealing with our feelings. But, over the course of this last year undeniable commonalities in our values and principles were revealed. We spent the first half of the year struggling to convince ourselves that the red flags we witnessed were somehow explainable. And, after that was no longer an option, we tried to take the negativity in stride while finding the perseverance to keep it from tearing us apart.

We know it must be devastating for our fans to have spent the last twelve months supporting our every move, and for that we cannot apologize enough. We share your frustration and anger! We spent a year living on each other’s couches, sacrificing any solo opportunity that came our way, finally finished our comeback album, and were days away from filming three music videos for you that would have played out as a short movie. We lived on calls, traded endless e-mails, and sat in meeting after meeting to bring together an amazing team of producers, agents, directors, and styling teams with no manager in place. We were at the finish line. We wish, more than anything, that our time, our team’s time, and most importantly your time as fans, was not taken for granted and carelessly disregarded. If this ending was in our control, please understand that we would have done everything in our power to move things forward. You have become our family, and regardless of these unfortunate circumstances, we hope all of you treat one another as family, as we have built connections that cannot possibly be conveyed in words. Our journey, and the love we have built together as fans and artists, is a truth that all of us will forever hold close to our hearts.

No doubt, we have experienced significant trials and tribulations this year. From starting off without a member, to losing another, to where we stand now, all of those dark days have shined a light on some undeniable truths. Being a part of a “girl group” is so much more than how well an individual member may sing or dance or charm or act. Rather, no matter how talented you may be, you need to be relentlessly committed to self-sacrifice and the good of the whole. No team can function without every member having these traits, and this is why you see — time and time again — various groups crumble.

It is infinitely harder to make a group work than a solo act, and that was the attraction and excitement for us. We wanted to succeed when confronted with the ultimate challenge. We may not have been able to get everyone on the same page. However, we still remain committed to the idea that talented women can come together to create something bigger than themselves. When that moment happens, true history will be made.

Until then…

Shan & Aubs

Shan and Aubs should pull a destiny child and let it just be the Beyonce and Kelly show! I would like to see Shan and Aubs win!

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