While promoting his new book, ‘Destiny’s Child: The Untold Story,’ their former manager Mathew Knowles told a story to our friends at VLADTV that started a firestorm.
As we reported here, the music mogul dished on the early days of the best-selling girl group by also discussing some of their early hardships. One such “bump in the road” was an incident where, according to Knowles, a teenage Kelly Rowland reported members of R&B group Jagged Edge were harassing her and Beyoncé. And, while Mathew never specifically stated the harassment was of a sexual nature (even though it was strongly implied), J.E.’s alleged misconduct led him to permanently dissolve his business relationship with them at the time.
Just moments after the explosive accusation hit the net Tuesday (December 10), the #Beyhive – Bey’s beloved fan group – sprung to action and began swarming the ‘Let’s Get Married’ maestros’ respective social media handles with bee emojis and insults. The response led some of the members to clap back.
See what we mean inside:
After hours of insults like the one’s seen below pelted their way…
…group member Brian Casey hit back with:
“One thing I have learned from my 20plus years in this business and it’s always something. It’s actually funny how far people go to sell something ??♂️lol but I give All Praises To The Most High At all times Shalawam love ones”