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Beyoncé’s Father Mathew Knowles Debunks Rumours About Destiny’s Child Reunion

Beyoncé’s Father Mathew Knowles Debunks Rumours About Destiny’s Child Reunion

Beyoncé’s, Mathew Knowles, has debunked all rumours about a potential Destiny’s Child reunion.


The 69-year-old entrepreneur, who serves as the group’s official manager, spoke to TMZ on Friday and told the media outlet that the trio, comprising Beyoncé Knowles, 39, Kelly Rowland, 40, and Michelle Williams, 42, had no plans to reunite.

Destiny’s Child previously sent fans into a frenzy after changing their cover photos on social media on Wednesday in what was deemed to have been a reunion hint.

The 1990-formed girl group initially sparked speculation that they were up to something after switching up the logo on their Facebook and Twitter pages.

Unable to contain their excitement, electrified followers took to their keyboards to predict a long-awaited reunion for the superstar trio.

Knowles clarified that the change in image was prompted solely by the record label and not from the performers themselves, and the media outlet also pointed out that the manager had not requested the addition of the new images.

The entrepreneur did point out that the response to the change was ‘great’ and that the group was shown that a comeback was a feasible option for them.

The last time the performers were known to be together was in May when an audio clip was shared by Michelle on Twitter featuring herself, Beyoncé, and Kelly talking as reported by Daily Mail.

It marked the release of Michelle’s book Checking In: How Getting Real about Depression Saved My Life – And Can Save Yours.

In the recording, Kelly revealed she was making a soup, prompting Beyoncé to spill: ‘I’m cooking some music. That’s Chef Boyardee and Chef Boy-Kelly.’

Beyoncé’s last solo studio album was 2016’s Lemonade. Since that release, her other musical projects have been the collaborative LP Everything Is Love with her husband Jay-Z.

Following that was the Black Is King visual album and the soundtrack which she created for Disney’s 2019 remake of The Lion King.

The last time the Say My Name hitmakers were on stage together was at Coachella in 2018, when they performed a three-song medley of Lose My Breath, Say My Name, and Soldier.

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