Kelly Rowland beams for Constance C. R. White ‘Essence Magazine‘ this month, joining their mag in unveiling their September issue.
To be released as part of the promo package for her ‘X Factor USA’ gig, her spread births a number of quotes that sees Kelly speak just as freely as she did on ‘Dirty Laundry‘, revealing she could have been braver when dealing with past woes.
Released as her new LP ‘Talk A Good Game’ makes its way to 200k, one quote from Rowland reads:
“I didn’t want anybody to judge me (on ‘Laundry’). But now I don’t care. Judge me if you want to. And as a matter of fact, it won’t even count, ‘cause the only person who can judge is God.”
She goes on to share:
“For a long time I wasn’t happy, but that had nothing to do with Beyoncé.That had to do with me trying to get my life in order and make better decisions for myself. I’m seeing all these wonderful things happen for her and I am happy for her. But I want a path. I want things to pop off for me, too. Not on her level but whatever my level is supposed to be.”