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LMFAO Denies Any Rumors of A Permanent Break-Up
Say they plan to return 'stronger than ever'

Shortly after last week's flood of online tweets and Facebook rumors, LMFAO is saying that while yes, they are planning on taking a break to pursue independent side projects, allegations of a permanent separation are not accurate.  The firestorm of rumors began when one of the party rockin Duo's frontmen, Redfoo, said in an interview "I feel like we been doing this for so long. Five or six years," he told News.com.au. "And we're kind of like saying, well, let's just do what's natural and just kind of explore that, instead of forcing it all the time."

Bandmate SkyBlu (who is actually Redfoo's nephew!) swatted those rumors down when he told MTVNews "Well, you know, first of all, we're not breaking up. I know that for sure. We're family and stuff, so it's always love," he said. "It's interesting because somebody will say one thing [and] it's just like high school, then all of a sudden 'They're breaking up. They're fighting.' It kind of gets blown out of proportion, so we're definitely not breaking up."

This isn't the first time rumors have flooded the web, saying that the end was nigh for the group.  Upon disappearing from the scene for a bit this past December, people were quick to speculate that it was over after SkyBlu suffered a back injury that led him to endure six months of intensive back surgery.

In the meantime, Sky plans on focusing on his own 'Big Bad University' which he created for fellow "dreamers" with fellow artists  Mark Rosas, Shwayze and Chelsea Korka.  The crew plans on a myriad of releases ranging from floor busting singles to promoting conscience awareness with jams like #sexsong which advocates HIV and AIDS prevention.  

Uncle Redfoo said he plans to spend his time off teaching tennis lessons while launching his own tennis apparel company.  In addition, he plans to continue to produce music and has been commissioned to write a song for the New England Patriots.