Kelly Rowland album cover

R&B songstress Kelly Rowland is pulling no punches on her upcoming fourth album “Talk A Good Game.” Her new song “Dirty Laundry,” Destiny’s Child’s second in command vents her frustrations when the award-winning trio went their separate ways and Beyonce became the queen of pop music.

Kelly doesn’t just speak about her feelings toward Beyonce’s success in The-Dream-penned song, she also reveals details about an abusive relationship she was in. Many are speculating as to whether she’s referring to her engagement to football player Roy Williams, but nothing has been confirmed or denied.

Check out some of the raw lyrics below. Do you think Kelly Rowland really needed to get these feelings off her chest or is she just making a song like this because drama will most likely sell the album? Will you be grabbing a copy when it hits stores June 18th? Sound off below.

“When my sister was on stage killin’ it like a motherf**ker

I was enraged, feelin’ it like a motherf**ker

Bird in a cage

You would never know what I was dealin’ with

Went our separate ways but I was happy she was killin’ it


She was up, I was down

No lie, I feel good for her but what do I do now?

Forget the records, off the record

I was goin’ through some bulls**t

Post-Survivor, she on fire, who wanna hear my bulls**t?”


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One thought on “Kelly Rowland Airs Her ‘Dirty Laundry’ On New Song

  1. Anne on said:

    In my opinion the revelation is a bit stale. She waits until she is finally carving out her own niche in R&B to come out with this? It’s a message that’s taking her backwards when she was seemingly moving forward. Maybe it’s therapeutic for her but it seems a little late for that since I assume she has already gotten over her feelings of jealousy towards Beyonce and they have mended their friendship. To sing about it now seems strategic for shock value. Singing about the abuse by a man on the other hand might help someone but throwing throwing the Beyonce stuff in there for attention is a turnoff in my opinion. Once the surprise of her being so open about her old feelings wears off I think the song will be forgotten. Not something I want to hear over and over.

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