Kelly Rowland Weighs-In On Being Compared To Beyoncé

Kelly Rowland and Beyonce Knowles of Destiny’s Child (Photo by Theo Wargo/WireImage)

One third of the Destine Child trio Kelly Rowland, and co-star Marsai Martin in film Fantasy Football. Recently came together to expressed views on the entertainment and music industry. In a exclusive interview with Hot 97, Peter Rosenberg pushed the angle of checking your ego.

When really you came into the industry wanting to be number 1. The bread and butter is the go to person, the creme de la creme! Over the years, we seen this in numerous situations, countless times, repeatedly.

Especially in professional sports. Scottie Pippen played second to Jordan, Kobe for a while behind Shaq. In music and always it seem to never fail in acting. Were we have have multiple headliners.

However, the starring role inevitably goes to Denzel Washington, Tom Hanks, Julia Roberts, Will Smith, and Leonardo Dicaprio. Rosenberg referenced Big Boi from the music duo Outkast being next to André 3000.

Comparing Kelly to the sensational Beyoncé who’s sold over 200 million records worldwide calling her“the brightest light on planet earth”. In a way trolling Kelly while yet complimenting her for not fighting being 2nd but embracing the position she was in.

Rowland replied saying “light attracts light” “and “I’ am light I’m a beautiful brown shinning light” She went on to elaborate that she doesn’t think anyone else’s light dims another individual’s light, but when other people begins to compare you.

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