Kelly Rowland’s Vibe Cover Too Racy?

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Kelly Rolwand is on the cover of Vibe’s Juice Issue baring it all. The interview involves Kelly going more into her new image and discussing coming into her sexuality more with her hit record Motivation. To be honest, we love the cover and we can’t get enough of Kelly. Here is an excerpt from the interview:

VIBE: The last album didn’t do well in the States. It did better overseas, particularly in Europe. Do you feel more appreciated in Europe? 

Kelly Rowland: No, not really. People still compare me to B over there. I said in an interview recently, ‘You know, if you guys would be a little bit more intelligent and ask me about myself we’ll have a much better interview.’ You can’t want a story from me and keep asking me about the past.
VIBE: When you heard the song [“Motivation”], did you think, This may be too racy for my image? 
Not at all. Every woman knows what that feels like—hopefully. But everyone doesn’t expect Kelly to sing about it. This is true. But I just loved the song so much. And yes, I can relate to it. I came into my sexuality while I was recording this album. I can walk into a sex shop now and not worry about what people would say if they saw me in there.

What do you think? 

One thought on “Kelly Rowland’s Vibe Cover Too Racy?

  1. I think that what she had to say is very true. If we continue to think of her past as part of Destiny's Child then we will not give her room to grow as an artist.

    I personally feel that anyone that does a cover or takes pictures like that are being on the edge. In her case I think she may be trying to prove a point and she has changed her image in the process… For the better or worse is now the question.

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