Raise your right hand and repeat the following Plies’ lyrics after me: Walk like she taken. Attitude mistaken. Fiend for her daily. Care about her greatly. Why she my bust it baby.
The glue that holds Mathew Knowles’ hopes and dreams for another Destiny’s Child reunion tour together* looked amaze-balls at the 2013 SESAC Pop Music Awards in New York City on Monday night. Verdine White taught her well.
More flicks of Michelle Williams (pictured above with Swizz Beatz and Rico Love) looking like a tall glass of Tampico on a hot summer’s day below.
That $1.2 million-plus tax bill isn’t going to pay itself off.
Kelly Rowland offered the following nice nasty comment when Rolling Stone asked for her thoughts on Keyshia Cole shitting on Michelle Williams‘ halftime performance at Super Bowl XLVII via Twitter:
“It didn’t even make it on my radar until other people brought it up. It didn’t even matter. We had a wonderful performance, and that’s all I cared about. 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.”
This is legendary House Mother Fresh reminding you that a quick read never requires a bookmark. Check out the entire Q&A over at Rolling Stone. Over and out.
And Verdine White went kee kee kee all the way home.
A new blog called Poor Michelle highlights all the times Destiny Child’s in-house purse watcher Michelle Williams received the short end of the voodoo stick. Of course, that infamous performance on 106 & Park made the cut. Roll that beautiful bean footage!
LeToya Luckett touched up her pout before striking a pose alongside Roc Nation artist Bridget Kelly at the Hennessy Very Special Brunch on Saturday (June 7) in New Orleans. The kitten nose is snatched and you will deal.
The former Destiny’s Child singer / wig crypt employee will showcase her acting chops opposite actor Christina Keyes in a romantic comedy called ‘Note To Self.’ The independent film, written by Keyes and directed by Trey Haley, is described as ‘Love and Basketball’ meets ‘Good Will Hunting.’
Don’t Tell Mathew Knowles
The film slated to be released later this year also stars Richard T. Jones, Jason Weaver (get to the money, that probation isn’t going to pay itself off), Eva Marcille, Valerie Pettiford and the Samuel L. Jackson of the bootleg scene — Clifton Powell.
Check out her chat with Armani Worrell at the American Black Film Festival about the upcoming film below.