Machine Gun Kelly, who recently collaborated with Camila Cabell for “Bad Things”, has shared his thoughts on Camila’s departure from Fifth Harmony.
“I know Camila, there is no like trickery going on. There’s no behind-the-back stuff,” he said in a recent radio interview on iHeartRadio channel 963 in Wichita. “It was odd that it happened on the day that we got our gold plaque for ‘Bad Things’. It seems like, the way it played out, it wasn’t great timing…but I know that it was all so genuine.”
Cabello’s split was made public after the group’s remaining members Ally Brooke, Normani Kordei, Dinah Jane and Lauren Jauregui announced via social media that the singer had, “decided to leave” which resulted in back and forth statements.
MGK mentions how roughly Cabello has been treated amid her exit . “I don’t like to see someone like that almost get picked on.”
MGK also suggested the four remaining band members should focus on the good times, which included two top 10 album releases, Reflection and 7/27, and four Top 40 hits. “This isn’t something that started in a garage together. This was put together. So be grateful for the years that it was,” he noted. “Be happy for what’s to come.”