News: Que Breaks Silence On Day26, "They Sent Me A Letter Saying They Don't Want To Work W/ Me"

Tuesday, Dec 22, 2009 10:15AM

Written by Rosario Harper

Former Day26 singer Que recently unveiled the reasons behind being kicked-out of Diddy's popular boy group and how he was asked to leave the team.

According to Que, he was informed via a letter about his status on the five-member team.

"I was so confused and lost because I never had an issue with Day26," he said in an interview. "We just had to fix our business. I have nothing bad to say about them. I just want to move forward because they sent me a letter saying they don't want to work with me...I only had the issue with management. I don't feel protected around them now. I don't feel safe. I don't feel like they're my brothers anymore. They kicked me out, This is my business and this is my life. I don't want to be kept in the dark. I want to be in control of my business. I never had a motive." (MTV)

Speculation began to grow when a video was released from Que late last week.

So Que (formerly) of Day 26 just put out this video explaining what went down. Kinda. He said him getting kicked out the group wasn't Diddy or Bad Boy's fault, but it was Screwface's-the group's manager reportedly hired by Willie. He didn't go into anymore detail, but basically said Day 26 doesn't have their business in order and it's not in his character to just not show up for Day 26 events. I guess that's what he's being accused of. (The YBF)

In the clip, Que details why he is no longer on Day26.

"I feel bad for my brothers because they don't get it," he explained in the clip. "And they making me seem like the bad guy. But no, MTV don't got control of this no more, I'm telling the world the truth, it's Screwface, it's not Puff. It was Screwface, it wasn't Bad Boy." (YouTube)

According to Day26's Willie, the group is now dealing solely with Atlantic Records.

"Bad Boy is always our family, but we're with Atlantic right now...we really want to get people focused on the artistry, on the music. I think a lot of people lost it with the entertainment of the show. So now, we really want to show people what we're all about, that we do our thing whether it's on stage, in the studio, writing and producing -- we do it all." (The Boom Box)

Look down below to see Que speaking on Day26:

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