Kelly Rowland breaks down over Beyoncé jealousy during performance of ‘Dirty Laundry’

The crowd
cheered for the R&B singer during her tearful delivery of the
emotional song. Rowland also has a new song out Tuesday featuring her
Destiny’s Child bandmates.

Kelly Rowland broke down while singing ‘Dirty Laundry,’ which discusses relationship with her ‘sister’ Beyoncé.

Kelly Rowland
had to stop and wipe away tears during an overwhelming performance of
her song “Dirty Laundry,” which talks about the jealousy she felt
towards her “sister” Beyoncé.
The former Destiny’s Child singer couldn’t keep from crying at the
Washington performance of her new hit song, an emotional ballad about
how an abusive former boyfriend turned her against her fellow former
band mate.

Kelly Rowland breaks down performing “Dirty Laundry” in Washington.

“Bird in a cafe/ You’d never know what I was dealing with,” she sings.
“Went our separate ways but I was happy she was killin’ it/ Bittersweet,
she was up, I was down/ No lie, I feel good for her but what do I do
now?”
Rowland, 32, is seen sitting on a stool while singing, and noticeably
chokes up before having to bow her head for a moment. Cheered on by the
crowd, she continues singing.

 The
singer’s emotional song details an abusive ex-boyfriend frequently
telling her that Beyoncé, as well as her family, doesn’t love her.
“Doing this song for me was so therapeutic,” she told the audience.
“Honesty, like my mama always says, is always the best policy.”
“Dirty Laundry” is featured on Rowland’s upcoming fourth studio album.
Another song, “You’ve Changed,” was released Tuesday — and it features
both Beyoncé and Michelle Williams on the track.

The singer has to stop and put her head down to cry.
‘Honesty, like my mama always says, is always the best policy.’ Rowland tells the crowd about her song ‘Dirty Laundry.’ 
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