Josh farro and hayley williams admit to dating
Hayley admitted she was afraid to come clean about the relationship fearing it would be a big deal to their fans.Hayley opened up on the relationship saying: Really it was about us being in control of one aspect of our crazy lives.I just heard this song and I had to google the lyrics to make sure I was understanding what I thought I heard. Because, we all know if he cheats WITH you, he'll cheat ON you! I even told her if it didn't work that I would gladly bow out and she could have him. I'm actually doing really well on my own and really happy with my life (without him) but my little boy is confused and scared by the changes in his world.I'm not sure why girls have the need to "win" guys from other girls. "Ding, ding, ding.....let's look at the lovely gift this young lady just won...look, it's a cute guy! You must be so much better than that OTHER girl he was with! I'm able to rationalize and adjust, my son doesn't have that ability at his age.And I’m really thankful that no-one knew for that reason. Heyy guys, I was just wondering whether or not the two actually ever dated. These are all innocent lyrics when they are high school games, but in my world...was my husband.I just believe there are healthier ways to prove your worth.
We found out that they had been meeting with record label executives all morning without us, which is totally weird given that this wasn't simply a solo artist, but we were a band," Farro writes. After many meetings between Hayley, her manager and the labels they decided to sign her to Atlantic Records.While the brothers' departure might still remain controversial, there is no denying that Hayley Williams is the face of the band.From the songwriting credits to stage presence, Hayley is the center of attention.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.