It’s been a whole 24-hours since the news of Aubrey O’Day being fired from her R&B band, Danity Kane, was broadcast for the world to see… and by ‘broadcast for the world to see’, I mean ‘broadcast for the world to mock and speculate on’. [Website – Amy Grindhouse].
According to Big Bad Master P, O’Day being fired on live TV was nothing but a publicity stunt, to get the band more attention come 2009. The idea being to broadcast ‘Diddy’s Making The Band’ again, but with “bonus episodes”.
According to PNasty:
We’re pretty sure that Diddy’s decision to boot Aubrey and D. Woods from the band was just a ploy to keep making money off of unsuspecting fans, and that the “master star maker and a genius at creating drama” will be bringing the ousted members back.
EVP Series Development & Programming at MTV, Tony DiSanto, said, “There is so much more story to tell, amazing music and great drama to come. With Diddy you never quite know exactly what’s next…But it’s pretty certain you won’t be able to take your eyes off!”
Speaking of which, the Gossip Super Friends are still scratching their heads trying to figure out what the heck the real reason for O’Day being fired was.
No sensible reason has so far been given – Diddy was too busy jet-skiing on some exotic island, to bother participating on his own show, although he did send the following message by showbiz carrier pigeon:
“I just want to work with the young lady that I signed, not the person that fame has made her,” said Diddy via satellite on the show.
Band member Dawn Richard went on to reveal post-firing, “Puff did not like (Aubrey’s) image…where her image was going for the group.”
Oooh, snap, that is one mother of a passive-aggressive statement, if ever there was one!
What the heck does that even mean anyway?
She was fired for being too much more famous than the other members? Was she too bossy, too bitchy, too slutty… aaah, that skank factor. Let’s be real, O’Day’s ‘Open Gate’ policy may be the reason she was canned.
WHY DO YOU THINK AUBREY WAS FIRED?
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