The singer dished about her relationships with best friends Beyonce, Michelle, Solange, LaLa Anthony and Angela Beyince and her stance on men in female drama.
Kelly Rowland recently sat down for a chat about love, friendship and men that get involved in women's drama.
In an interview with HelloBeautiful, the newlywed singer had some sweet things to say about her long-time best friends Beyoncé, Michelle Williams, Solange, LaLa Anthony and Angela Beyince, calling them her soul mates.
"I believe in soulmates. I believe soul mates are not just in relationships, but they’re in friendships. I have soul mates through Beyonce and Michelle and Angie and Solange and LaLa," said Kelly.
"If there’s something on my heart or my mind, before I can even pick up the phone, one of them is calling me saying, “What are you doing? Are you ok?” We’re connected and I think that’s such a beautiful thing. It’s the greatest gift you can have."
The star got straight to the point with her thoughts on men being involved in women drama saying, "Stay out. It’s called female drama for a reason unless you have a vagina."
Rowland is currently in the studio working on her latest album, reportedly with the help of Pharrell Williams. She’s also set to appear on the Pepsi's "Beats of the Beautiful Game" project, which will be released June 10 to celebrate the World Cup.