Destiny’s Child singer Michelle Williams wants to let folks know it’s all love when it comes to her sister, Beyonce. Some bloggers thought Michelle was throwing shade King Bey’s way after she mentioned her shock over Beyonce’s raunchy lyrics on her new album.
In one interview, Williams described the album as “provocative,” but she seemed to think the lyrics were more funny than salacious when we talked to her this last week. “I was listening to it before I got here trying not to laugh because I said ‘I can’t believe my sister, you know, she’s liberated, she’s free.’ And to hear her saying some of the things, I’m just cracking up because I’m like ‘nobody is supposed to know that except us.'”
Michelle was asked to clarify her remarks after the Internet gossip goonies tried to insinuate the two women were beefing. “What I meant was I would never say that [I was embarrassed] about my sister’s work. She has a great body of work, an amazing catalogue … I love her work,” the singer tells CBS’ The Insider.
“Could you imagine your little sister or someone finally deciding, ‘I am going to be free and liberated in every way I know how musically, which means I’m going to be a little more sexier. I’m going to let you all know, I am drunk in love, I’m happy.'”
And for those of you trying to hate and put words in Michelle’s mouth, she had this simple message to deliver: “Shame on you!”
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