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YUIMETAL “Will No Longer Be A Part Of BABYMETAL

We thank her for all of her contributions and wish her all the best in her future endeavours.”

YUIMETAL is no longer a member of BABYMETAL, according to a statement.

Despite confirming back in May that the missing YUIMETAL was still involved in the band, it has now been revealed that that is no longer the case.

BABYMETAL’s statement is as follows:

Thank you for continually supporting BABYMETAL. We would like to inform you of BABYMETAL’s new beginning which will be effective starting this month’s BABYMETAL WORLD TOUR 2018 in JAPAN performances.

YUIMETAL had expressed her desire to return performing with the group in the following months after last December’s performance due health concerns. During her absence, both SU-METAL and MOAMETAL as well as the entire staff team had been preparing for her awaited return. However, YUIMETAL came to a decision that she will not be performing at BABYMETAL WORLD TOUR 2018 in JAPAN and that she will no longer be a part of BABYMETAL. We thank her for all of her contributions and wish her all the best in her future endeavors.

This month’s BABYMETAL WORLD TOUR 2018 in JAPAN will mark the rebirth in which SU-METAL and MOAMETAL form the core of BABYMETAL.

We would like to express our deepest gratitude to the fans for the continued support and look forward in what’s next for BABYMETAL.

See the statement here.

Posted on October 19th 2018, 12:52pm
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