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Diddy said that with so many other artists waiting to put out albums on Bad Boy, waiting might not be the best thing for her.

Dawn says that she’s currently an independent artist, pushing her videos and her music on her own.

I’m a good woman, and you just have to make sure you get respected the right way.

I don’t want to put nobody in a bad spot, I just wish him much success…It’s cool.

Instead of "making a band" the shows focus turned to controversy and drama.

It showed the groups' friendships, relationships, and drama in and out of the studio and industry.

We’re not in a relationship, but there is a friendship still there.” Their fellow “Making the Band” stars Danity Kane have also reunited, but the timing was pure coincidence. “Danity Kane, they went ahead and pulled the trigger before we did.” They also announced plans for a new album and tour.

I told you that Diddy would play you to the left on Bad Boy.” However, she has no hard feelings or ill will towards her former boss and band mate, as the two teamed up, along with Kalenna Harper to make the group Diddy Dirty Money.

Member of the girl group Danity Kane from 2005 to 2009 and of Diddy-Dirty Money from 2010 to 2011 who released her debut album Goldenheart in 2013 to positive reviews.

She performed with a group called Realiti in New Orleans as a teenager.

She moved to Baltimore, Maryland after being displaced by Hurricane Katrina in 2005. She came from a musical family, with her father Frank Richard being the singer of the funk band Chocolate Milk.

Days after performing their comeback show at SOB’s in New York City, Day26 made their first television appearance in years on BET’s “106 & Park.” All five members of Diddy’s former R&B group—Robert Curry, Brian Andrews, Willie Taylor, Qwanell Mosley, and Michael Mc Cluney—chopped it up with hosts Bow Wow and Keshia Chanté‎ about getting back together.

“When I got the phone call that they wanted to reunite, there’s a brotherhood here, so I was like, ‘Cool, let’s make it happen,'” said Que, who left the band in 2009.