Kelly Rowland Denies Being Jealous Of Beyonce, Despite ‘Dirty Laundry’ Lyrics

Kelly Rowland

R&B star Kelly Rowland has denied that she’s jealous of her BFF Beyonce Knowles.

The 32-year-old insists that, despite the lyrics in her recent hit single ‘Dirty Laundry’, she doesn’t envy her former Destiny’s Child bandmate.

Rowland’s track includes lines such as “While my sister was on stage, killing it like a motherf****r, I was enraged, feeling it like a motherf****r” and “Bittersweet, she was up, I was down” – but she says the song is about her own struggle, not feeling jealous of her friend.

“I’m not saying I’m jealous of her by any means!” Kelly told In Touch magazine, hitting back at claims she has a case of the green-eyed monster. “It’s so sad that people always go straight to that place.

“It’s ridiculous. It’s basically about me going through some struggles in my life while she was doing her thing,” she explained.

In fact, Rowland says Beyonce is a huge fan of the song. “She’s incredibly supportive. She was proud of me and thought the song was incredible.”

As for whether the Destiny’s Child girls (Kelly, Beyonce and Michelle Williams) will ever get back together – she certainly hopes so.

“If the ladies want to do it. I’d totally be excited. It’d be beautiful!” Kelly added.

‘Dirty Laundry’ appears on Rowland’s new album ‘Talk a Good Game’, which she released last week. The record also features the song ‘Kisses Down Low’.


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