Kelly Rowland Responds to Tina Knowles Calling Her ‘Dark’ Instagram Live Series ‘Too Racy’
The mother of Beyonce takes to Instagram to give Kelly and her new series ‘Coffee With Kelly’ a shout-out, though she alludes in the caption that the series is not her cup of tea.
- Apr 18, 2020
AceShowbiz – Kelly Rowland is one of the celebrities who launch an Instagram Live Series to provide entertainment amid Coronavirus lockdown. Titled “Coffee With Kelly”, the series is set to be a little bit differet than others as it will feature the Destiny’s Child singer discussing all things about sex, love and romance.
Tina Knowles was definitely among the ones who supported her by giving her and her new series a shout-out on Instagram. “I tuned in last time but it got a little too racy for me! A little too grown for me! But it’s fun stuff!! Tune in to night!” so the mother of Beyonce Knowles said on her page.
Feeling thankful for the shoutotut, Kelly quickly responded in the comment section, “I LOVE YOU MA!!! SO MUCH” She then added that it might be the best for Tina not to watch her show. “I’m glad you’re gonna sit out on this one,” she said.
Kelly indeed talked about some racy stuff on “Coffee With Kelly”. In the April 14 episode, she and La La Anthony discussed different sex positions. “Missionary is and can be boring as hell. If you only do missionary then I’m going to consider you a very lazy person,” the “Power” star said.
Gabrielle Union later joined in. That prompted La La to spill the tea of Gabrielle’s sexual life with husband Dwyane Wade as she said that the “L.A.’s Finest” star was “doing backflips in the bedroom.”
That was not the only time they talked about sex. In another episode, Kelly, who seemed to be intoxicated, talked to La La about her favorite sex toys. Some people liked the concept though, as one gushed, “This is so cute! It’s hard to find genuine friends in the entertainment industry.” Another fan wrote, “Love Kelly’s honesty ! And womanness,” while someone else added, “I love this ctfuuuuuuuuuu I am screaming.”
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