The founding member has been kicked out of the group following allegations of sexual misconduct. Brockhampton has kicked one of its founding members out of the group. Ameer Vann "is no longer in" the band, according to a statement posted on Twitter, following allegations of sexual misconduct against him. Brockhampton consisted of 14 people before Ameer's removal.
Earlier this month, Ameer Vann of BROCKHAMPTON was accused by multiple women of sexual misconduct. Now, BROCKHAMPTON has shared a statement that Vann has been kicked out of the group. “Ameer is no longer in BROCKHAMPTON,” the statement reads. “We want to sincerely apologize to the victims affected by Ameer’s actions. We were lied to, and we’re sorry for not speaking up sooner.” They also say that they have canceled their remaining U.S. tour dates to “go home and regroup.” Find the full statement below. Pitchfork has reached out to BROCKHAMPTON’s representatives for further comment.
Hip-hop "boy band" Brockhampton have revealed that Ameer Vann will no longer be part of the group following allegations of sexual misconduct made against him earlier this month. The group shared a statement to social media today revealing that Vann is no longer a member of the outfit. "We want to sincerely apologize the victims affected by Ameer's actions," they wrote. "We were lied to, and we're sorry for not speaking up sooner."