Atlanta-based teenage R&B girl group OMG Girlz have split up, according to a message posted on their official Twitter account on March 12th. The messaged thanked their fans “for the love, support and loyalty,” going on to say, “At this time, we’ve decided to not move forward as a group but to move forward individually with our own projects. We hope you will continue to support us individually as much as you did when we were a group. We love you all so much! This is not the end but a new beginning.”
The trio, whose name stands for Officially Miss Guided, formed as a quartet in 2009 when they were 11-13, with the original lineup including T.I.’s step-daughter Zonnique Pullins (with his wife Tameka Cottle, formerly of Xscape) and Lil Wayne’s daughter Reginae Carter. A few tweaks later, the lineup solidified around Pullins (aka Star), Bahja Rodriguez (Beauty) and Breaunna Womack (BabyDoll). The group appeared on Cottle’s BET show Tiny and Toya and VH1 reality series T.I. and Tiny: The Family Hustle during their existence, with hits including “Where the Boys At?” and “Gucci This (Gucci That)”; their most recent single, a version of Jagged Edge’s “Girl It’s Over” retooled as “Boy It’s Over,” accompanied by an image makeover and a trimming of their name to simply OMG, did not make a similar impact.