Kelly Rowland Sings About Envying Beyonce & Her Abusive Relationship
Kelly Rowland opens up about being in a 10 year abusive relationship and living in Beyonce’s shadow in her new single “Dirty Laundry.”
In the song, which was produced by The-Dream, the former Destiny Child’s member admits that it was hard to watch Bey climb to the top of the charts as she struggled to launch her solo career after the group split up.
“When my sister was on stage killing it like a motherf—-r, I was enraged, feeling it like a motherf—-r.
Bird in a cage you would never know what I was dealing with.
Went our separate ways but I was happy that she was killing it.
Bitter Sweet she was up and I was down.
No lie, I feel good for her but what do I do now?”
However, the dark-skinned beauty goes beyond just the bittersweet moments of Beyonce rise to international fame. She also confesses to being in a physically and emotionally abusive relationship with an ex-boyfriend which may be NFL player Roy Williams.
“So here I am in this spin cycle we are coming and we are going and nobody can notice and I was trapped in this house lying to my momma,
thought it could get no worse as we maximized the drama.
Started to call them people on him.
I was battered. He’s hitting the window like it was me, until it shattered.”
Kelly’s cycle of abuse only became worst when she started feeding into her ex’s lies and began to feel isolated and secluded.
“He pulled me out and said don’t nobody love you but me,
not your momma not your daddy and especially not Bey.
He turned me against my sister, I missed Ya.”
Take a listen to the track below.
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