Kelly Rowland recently sat down with Power 105.1's The Breakfast Club to talk about her latest album, Talk a Good Game, and she chatted about Keyshia Cole's comments — and receiving "kisses down below."
"I think that's very important. The main thing is, just know what you're doing," the single lady says. "It's very important between two people to be completely honest about everything, including that. You have to make sure you teach them what's going on…"
Rowland, who just turned 32 in February, says she's not married or engaged and while she would love to be someday, she's not quite ready for the sacrifice.
"I truly believe that when it's my time to be married and have a child I will. Because in all honestly, I'm still selfish. I like my life the way it is."
As for her response to Keyshia Cole's recent Twitter comments against Beyoncé's new single, "Bow Down," Rowland says silence is often the best response.
"You know what, do you have to hit somebody or give somebody words? Silence is the best power. Just keep talkin'. I don't think that it's important to respond back. You don't have to do that. We're too grown for that stuff."
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