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D. Woods Says She Was Ousted From Danity Kane, Has Twitter Spat With Aubrey O’Day

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D. Woods Says She Was Ousted From Danity Kane, Has Twitter Spat With Aubrey O’Day

There are always three sides to a story, and in the situation of Danity Kane reuniting without D. Woods, it seems we may never know the truth.

D. Woods previously told Us Weekly that she wasn’t a part of the reunion because she wanted to focus on her solo career.

She said in August (2013): “For the past couple of years, myself and the other DK members have been working on other projects individually, such as music, film, television, theater, and philanthropy and I have recently signed on to several projects that will have me committed for the next year.”

Current members also cites that they reunited with four because that’s who wanted to be there.

“We respect everyone's decision, I mean we all five made this group what it was and that's a big deal and we respect that,” states Dawn. “But we're moving forward, and we want people to see that those who are here wanted to be here.”

Contrary to those statements, the former member is now revealing that she was exiled from the group even though she tried several times to get everyone back together.

Woods told TMZ that she learned about the reunion with the rest of the world and she claims none of the girls ever showed her any interest in reforming.

Not sounding like a disgruntled former member, Woods wished the girls success with “the sound that I helped them create.”

After report broke about Woods’ statement, DK member O’Day took to Instagram and spilled: “Do you spend your time takin interviews.. or do you work?”

Taking the comments as a direct jab, Woods fired back on Twitter: “That was cute @aubreyoday my attorney will be coming for my cut off that WORK #stillusingmyvocals”.

Woods and O’Day was said to be one of the reasons the group broke up.

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