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Inspired by Kelly Rowland’s ‘Dirty Laundry̵

By: Misel Saban - Published:
We get it—sometimes no amount of girl power, platform heels and sequence bustiers can keep our favorite girl groups together forever. While Destiny’s Child went their separate ways just under ten years ago, the Kelly Rowland ‘Dirty Laundry’ track release is sparking massive controversy as she confesses a jealous outcry against Beyoncé‘s success the breakup of Destiny’s Child. 

The Kelly Rowland Dirty Laundry track release definitely seems to hint at pent-up bitterness towards Beyoncé‘s success, with lyrics quoting that “while my sister was on stage killing it like a mother f****r I was enraged feeling it like a mother f****r” and though “it’s almost been a decade” she’s still “soaked in tears for years” from the pain that is just “dirty laundry.”

From Beyoncé's diva empire of fragrances, product enforcement ads, red carpet appearances and album singles to Kelly Rowland's photo shoot spreads and Michelle William's one solo album, it's easy to see that Beyoncé dominates with the strongest Destiny Child's solo career.