March 4, 2013


Kelly Rowland Defends Destiny's Child After Keyshia Cole Diss

Theo Wargo
Theo Wargo

Everyone loved seeing Destiny’s Child reunite at Beyonce’s Super Bowl halftime performance. Well, almost everyone.

When Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams appeared onstage for the band's long-awaited reunion, R&B songstress Keyshia Cole made her dissatisfaction with Williams known. 

“[Michelle] always f-ckN [sic] the groove up,” she tweeted, upsetting DC supporters. Cole further fueled the flame three hours later with, "Girl is WACK and always will be!"

Bandmate Rowland was not about to let that slip by, though. 

She fired back in a recent Rolling Stone interview. “It didn't even matter,” she quipped. “I was with my sisters and the three of us matter to each other, and that's all that counts. We matter to a lot more people, with all due respect, than her. So, I really don't care what she said.”

Nothing like throwing your relevancy in your enemy’s face!

The “Motivation” songstress also revealed how super producer The-Dream helped make her upcoming Talk A Good Game album her most personal yet.

“It's the first time I've been so stripped away and naked,” she revealed. “I was in the studio with Dream and he said, ‘I just want you to get deeper. The people want more. They want to be led into your life and know more about you.’ And I said, ‘Oh, God!’ It's really nervous, because you don't know what people are going to say.” Rock City, Mike WiLL Made It and Kevin Cossum also share production credits.

Rowland added that songs like lead single “Kisses Down Low,” “Dirty Laundry” and the title track are about “the ins, outs and all the interesting moments of relationships.”

Sounds like she's ready to put her music where her mouth is.