If there are anymore Destiny’s Child fans, Michelle Williams wants you all to know the Super Bowl XVLII was the last time you’ll see ‘em on stage together.
In an interview with HipHollywood, the singer chatted about the group’s fate.
“As far as Destiny’s Child is concerned I think you’ve seen the last of us for a long time when we did the Super Bowl,” she explained.
About the Keyshia Cole ‘beef,’ Michelle has nothing to say about her comments on the performance.
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In the interview, she said of her faith in Jesus Christ, “[For some people it’s easy to get caught up in the fame], but to me, it’s easier not to because of my background and my foundation of where I grew up. I don’t forget the teachings that I’ve had, and I keep my Bible with me. I read my Bible every day, and I’m constantly in prayer. And I listen to gospel music, so that’s what’s keeping me focused and grounded.” She went on to say, “[Despite some criticism that I have received for doing both secular and Gospel music,] I believe that I am doing my part to be a witness for Jesus Christ. Some people will do gospel when their career fails, but I chose to do it at the height of the popularity of Destiny’s Child. And I didn’t want to do it because it was a fad. I wanted to do it because it’s in me. It’s in my heart. God places people in different parts (areas) for different reasons. We know Jesus is coming back soon and I am doing my part to make sure that people know about him as well.”
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