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.
Paramore is continuing on and maybe someday the Farro's will have more music too.everyone is happier this way and that's the bottom line." UPDATE: a.m.
’cause, like, how likely is it that band members date? We dug deep into the archives and discovered that a couple of handfuls of bandmate pairs have hooked up.
The Paramore split became bitter on Tuesday night when co-founders and brothers Josh and Zac Farrofired off a fiery blog post that explicitly contradicts the statement issued by the band over the weekend, which read in part: "We want Josh and Zac to do something that makes them happy and if that isn't here with us, then we support them finding happiness elsewhere." The Farros' post, "Josh and Zac's Exit Statement," is signed by both but apparently written by Josh — and cites a long series of personal, musical, romantic and even religious differences between themselves and Williams.
‘There were days I’d wake up and think, “this is pointless”,’ she says.
‘There were times I thought I’d have to get another job.
‘It sucked – not only was a lot of what he wrote untrue but I couldn’t go online and say that,’ says Williams.
"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," the post reads.I had a statement typed ready to post to you guys but Hayley released one without my permission.We were not going to issue a statement until we worked out our exit agreement with Hayley.While Williams was always presented as the band's focal point — like most lead singers — she has been singled out to an increasingly degree in recent months, guesting by herself on B.o.B's hit "Airplanes" and appearing without her bandmates at the Grammy Awards announcement ceremony earlier this month.