Diva Beyoncé shared one very gorgeous picture of her Destiny’s Child “sister” Kelly Rowland and all fans want to know is, where is Michelle Williams?
A few days ago, Queen Bey stole the show at City of Hope gala in Los Angeles and this weekend; she took to Instagram where she posted a few photos.
Kelly and Beyoncé looked like goddesses in long-flowing gowns as they laughed for the photos.
A naysayer replied: “They are enjoying the moment without Michelle as usual. Kelly will never age she looks so beautiful. They are laughing about Michelle having a tv show on OWN‼️”
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One fan clapped back by saying: “Kelly is looking like a golden wrapped Godiva chocolate. Yasss hunty!! I hope you’ll who come online putting Michelle down really feel good about yourselves. It’s the reason some of you have issues in life; you don’t realize the negative comments you put out come back on you. Michelle has spoken publicly about her depression yet people continue to bully her. Do better.”
This person shared: “So two women cannot be happy with themselves again without a bunch of miserable, jobless fools coming out to compare and contrast. Honestly, the black community is full of pathetic and jealous people. It must always be a competition. That’s why when we take two steps forward, we still somehow end up going four steps backward.”
Another commenter stated: “Look at Them Destiny Sisters Still Slaying in there 30’s yassss hunty’s# 80’s Babies the last of the REAL.Talented women..making money with their clothes on.. Real Bosses. Wtf is @kimkardashian. They both living they best life and ain’t got time for negative comments.”
Kelly recently tackled to the topic of women being pit against others by saying: “I didn’t grow up with social media, which brings a consistent comparing [of oneself] to others. We need to let other women know that it’s okay to express yourself and be loud and celebrate their individuality. That’s why Maxx You says ’embrace your individuality — together,’ because when you do, you’re able to recognize your light while also seeing it in someone else. When you don’t quite see your own light, you don’t know how to see someone else’s.”
She added: “The best part — I’ll never forget it — was when we were walking back up to the big stage and, I don’t know how this was, but me and Bey had this choreography moment where we were like right, left, right, wave! [My son] Titan and [her daughter] Blue were at the bottom, and it was the sweetest thing. The only person that was missing was Michelle’s little one.”
Those two good examples for young girls.