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Every Time I Die bassist Steve Micciche releases lengthy statement following band breakup
Every Time I Die frontman Keith Buckley and the band’s other four members – leading to their breakup this week – bassist Steve Micciche has given his perspective in a lengthy string of tweets.On Tuesday (January 18), Micciche, guitarists Jordan Buckley and Andy Williams, and drummer Clayton “Goose” Holyoak all shared a joint statement saying their last show with the band took place in December.They wrote: “While we hoped to come to an agreed upon legal statement that outlined the truth, we were informed today of something planned to be released not mutually agreed upon that consists of inaccuracies and controls a narrative to benefit one.”The message went on to say that there has been “no direct communication” with Buckley, saying “it’s either impossible for direct communication with him solely or we’ve been cut off to any and all communication by him himself”.The following day, Buckley responded with a lengthy statement, saying that “any emotional [or] metal connection” he had with his former bandmates had been “thoroughly severed” when he got a letter from a law firm on December 20, which Buckley had shared on the same day the band’s statement was issued.The letter said that the firm, Savur Law, had been retained by the rest of the band “for legal representation in connection with a separation agreement” between them and Buckley, requesting he contact them to discuss “the business terms of an amicable separation between the parties”.The news came after the band said last month that they were working on issues with Buckley “privately” after the singer announced an impromptu hiatus days earlier, saying he’d be skipping three of the band’s scheduled shows.“Caring for my own mental health has taken priority over EVERYTHING
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Model dazzles in skimpy bikini – but some think she's 'crazy' for wearing it in public
Fashion Nova is known for selling skimpy items.But it seemed like one of its latest swimwear offerings was just a tad too revealing for some.The brand took to its Fashion Nova Instagram page to share some snaps of a model wearing its Time For A Vacay Teeny Bikini.And although some were loving it, others mocked the bikini as it barely left the model covered.The unnamed bombshell was seen exposing her cleavage and a serious amount of underboob in the tiny bikini top, which featured an 'upside-down' design and a halter-neck fastening.She also rocked matching string bottoms, which were just about visible under her pair of ripped jeans, which were seductively pulled down.The stunner was seen posing confidently in the swimwear as she lounged on a boat.The first snap saw her directly stare at the camera, while a close-up gave fans an even more detailed look at the bikini.Posing side-on also gave shoppers the chance to see what it looked like from a profile view.Joking about how skimpy the swimwear is, one shopper joked it was a "band aid bikini top".While another clearly not impressed follower moaned: "I really wish you’d guys show more outfit inspirations for the curvy woman."A third meanwhile branded the swimwear "crazy".Despite this, others were loving the racy look, as one exclaimed: "Wow, so hot."Another called it "cute", as a third gushed: "So sexy."Those who want the Time For A Vacay Teeny Bikini themselves can purchase it on the Fashion Nova website, where it's priced at £14.As well as red, the design also comes in Lime and Neon Snake shades.The brand's swimwear also hit headlines earlier this month as model Aneeqa Farid engaged in the trend of wearing skimpy swimwear on a night out.Aneeqa was seen flashing the flesh as