Despite what has been seen on MTV during this much-talked-about season of Making the Band 4, Day 26 member Que says “they don’t show everything”. In recent weeks the Making the Band quintet has been seen arguing, crying, and throwing down in the studio, hotel lobby and recently the dance studio. However for Que, life on the “small screen” has migrated to messages such as he’s “crazy,” “out of control” and other public left sentiment on message boards, blogs and other social networks. Clearing the air with Singersroom recently, Que says: “I laugh at it too because you know they donât show everything. Like you guys have seen on television our show is 100% real so whatever you see it happens and itâs real but the editing can twist up the story.” “Iâm not crazy or on drugs or anything. I just have a strong opinion.” “When I have a strong opinion I just like for it to be heard. Iâm a young adult and Iâm going to make mistakes.” Like Que, Day 26’s Brian admits there are some things that are “not like” they seem on television but, at the same time is upbeat stating “whatever makes great TV”. In related news, the anticipated sophomore album from Day 26 titled “Forever In A Day” hits stores and digital retailers today. The album, released through Bad Boy, features collaborations and production from Yung Joc, Diddy, T-Pain, Mario Winans, Bryan Michael Cox, and Jermaine Dupri. Click HERE for more of Day 26’s interview with Singersroom or HERE to watch the brand new video for “I’mma Put It On Her” !
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