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They didn’t like the idea of Hayley being in a rock band so they forced her to leave wanting her to pursue a solo career.

Hayley went off to write and record her solo demos while the four of us continued on without her.

The post tells the abridged history of the band from Farro's perspective and claims that much of the tension within the group stemmed from opposing views over whether Paramore was a full-band effort or simply a vehicle for frontwoman Hayley Williams.

Our research has confirmed that the blog post is legitimate and was written by Josh Farro. In a blog reportedly written by ex-Paramore guitarist Josh Farro, he reveals the motives behind the departure of he and his brother, drummer Zac Farro.

“It got to the point where we were like, ‘What’s even the point of this anymore? But with the Farro brothers leaving the fold, Williams, guitarist Taylor York, and bassist Jeremy Davis appear to be on an upswing.

They’ve roped in temporary replacement members to help out on their South American tour in February and March.

We were not going to issue a statement until we worked out our exit agreement with Hayley.

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.We obviously needed a lead singer and one day Zac met Hayley.We asked her to come try out and eventually to join the band.Childress and Curo Financial Management, LLC who provided business management services for the band.Lawsuit: Jeremy Davis (right) is suing former band mates Hayley Williams (center) and Taylor York (left) for breach of contract and fraud over claims he never got his share of royalties or credit for co-authored songs He says he contributed to all 17 songs on the album and takes credit for the overall 'funk style' of the tracks - especially their biggest hit song Ain't It Fun that reached number one on Billboard charts, sold more than 2 million copies and won a Grammy for Best Rock Song in 2015.

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