Kelly Rowland Not Ready for Baby; Snapped Without Makeup (PHOTO)

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  • Kelly Rowland, 32, says she has no plans to become a mother any time soon, insisting she is too “selfish” right now to devote her time to raising a baby.

    “I’m not ready, I’m not ready to have a child, no,” she tells E Online. “I can be very honest. Because right now, I’m a bit selfish, a lot – I was gonna say a little – but I’m still selfish. I like my time, I like to wake up whenever I want to and I like to come and go as I please. I don’t know if I’m ready to share that time with another person, I don’t wanna mess them up.”

    **EXCLUSIVE** A bare faced Kelly Rowland seen out and about at Rickys in New York City

    When asked if she could free up an evening to babysit for her pal Beyonce’s daughter Blue Ivy, Rowland insists, “Abso-freaking-lutely!”

    Meanwhile, paps caught the Destiny’s Child singer in New York City on Tuesday without a stitch of makeup, likely because she ran out. She was shopping at Ricky’s, a beauty supply store, dressed in a white t-shirt, shiny black jeans, Jordan sneakers, a gray beanie cap and absolutely no makeup besides than a layer of clear lip gloss.

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    6 thoughts on “Kelly Rowland Not Ready for Baby; Snapped Without Makeup (PHOTO)

    1. In addition, Anniston does yoga three or four times a
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    3. Nice to see someone who’s proud of not wanting to sacrifice her life for a child. This unwritten rule for women that you only live to have children ruins lives, and it has ruined lives since the beginning of time. How sad that BAW found it relevant to comment on whether or not she wears make-up, though. 21st century and why can’t a woman wear it or not without huge media discussion about it?

    4. As my grandmother told me in 1979 when I came out the bedroom with the mess on my face, “you have color, you have pretty skin, make-up is for dead people and white people, get that stuff off of your face”. I have not worn make-up since them.

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