The paparazzi recognizes her. That’s a good sign.
To say that I was concerned about Kizzy after her split from Papa Knowles’ management is an understatement. I don’t think I can deal with watching our precious Kelandria slanging slow jam compilations discs from Time Life at 4am at this point in my life. I’m sure Michelle Williams will probably end up doing that shit but Kelz deserves better.
She is more of a Pasta N’ More type of chick. She had a song with Trina, damn it. That trumps Michelle’s run on Broadway any day.
Miss Jones is trying to earn herself a platinum roots box. If you thought she learned her lesson about fucking with Mama Tina’s dirty rice think again. Jonesy has more anti-Knowles venom waiting to be shot water gun style from her gap. Skeet skeet!
Kizzy Rowland wants you to know that she wasn’t dropped from Columbia Records but parted with the company amicably.
I’ve got some good news and I’ve got some bad news. First the bad. Production is down in the wig crypt 47% this quarter due to the recession. Now the good. Kizzy, Beyaki, and Shug Avery have some extra itme to spend with each other now. Aww! It’s just like the video for “Girl” and shit.
The lovely ladies hooked up at Kizzy’s Surprise 28th Birthday Party on Tuesday night in Hollywood. Cousin Angie B!, La La Vasquez, Forest Whitaker, Busta Rhymes, Columbus Short, and a host of others came out to celebrate with Kiz.
It was widely reported today that Kizzy Rowland finally filed her freedom papers. Here’s the scoop via ThatGrapeJuice.net:
Joint statement from Mathew Knowles and Kelly Rowland on their amicable professional split:
“After a very positive meeting between Kelly Rowland and myself, we have amicably agreed to end our professional relationship. My company, Music World, will continue to manage Destiny’s Child as a group. As an artist Kelly has incredible talent and I only wish her the best. We will always be family first and foremost, and as a dad I only have love for Kelly.” — Mathew Knowles
“Mathew Knowles has been a positive influence in my career. I have had great success under his guidance — both as a member of Destiny’s Child and with my solo projects. Although we have decided to part ways professionally, the Knowles family and the entire Music World Entertainment team will always be my family.” — Kelly Rowland
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Kid Fury, here. I hope everyone and their families are having a pleasant Christmas Eve. It’s raining in Miami, the star just fell from atop my tree, and the Family Dollar is closed, but I’m not gonna be a Scrooge about it. Anyway, I thought I’d interrupt that eggnog and Hennesy sipping (cocoa for the younger crowd) to share my list of things I hope ol’ Santa brings me tomorrow. Feel free to share yours.
- A vocoder
- Dinner and a movie with Ms. Frankie
- The warmth of Areefa’s left breast
- A Sasha Fierce glove
- A Brandy/Kelly Rowland rent world tour (featuring Cassie)