R&B Diva Kelly Rowland told her audience at a recent club performance that surviving domestic abuse made her a better woman.
The former Destiny's Child background singer started off her set by saying a quick "f*ck you" to anyone who misunderstood the original intent of her "Dirty Laundry" single.
Kelly then went on to reminisce about the domestic abuse she suffered at the hands of Cuda Love, Nelly's former or present road manager.
"I tell you one thing," said Kells, "This situation made me a better person; it made me a better woman; it made me a better sister; it made me a better friend." She then launched into the single, "Dirty Laundry".
Kelly said she discussed "Dirty Laundry" with half sister Beyonce after the song's release. In the lyrics she mentions being jealous of Beyonce for being her father's favorite child.
Beyonce's reaction to the song, according to Kelly, was typical for Beyonce.
"[She] was just like, 'I never left.' Which was so sweet," recalls Kelly. "It was endearing. She heard how real I was and she was just like "I’m so proud of you.'"
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