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Kelly Rowland shuts down radio host asking about Beyoncé’s new music

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Kelly Rowland refused to answer any questions about her longtime bestie Beyoncé’s new music during an interview about her latest onscreen venture.

The “Destiny’s Child” alum, 43, appeared on “The Big Tigger Morning Show with Jazzy McBee” on Wednesday to promote her new Netflix film “Mea Culpa.”

But it seemed as though the radio host quickly wanted to pivot to questions about the “Texas Hold ‘Em” hitmaker’s new tracks.

Kelly Rowland on "The Big Tigger Morning Show with Jazzy McBee."
Kelly Rowland refused to answer any questions about Beyoncé’s new music during an interview about her latest onscreen venture. YouTube / V-103 Atlanta

“Your sis just dropped a whole new couple of songs, and it’s my understanding that Renaissance II may or may not be country-based, and then there’s a rumor going around that Renaissance III may be either rock-based or a DC [Destiny’s Child] reunion,” Big Tigger said after asking a couple of questions about “Mea Culpa.”

“That is her Business to talk about,” the “Motivation” hitmaker responded.

“And I know that you all are tired of answering those questions, but fans like me for the Destiny’s Child reunion, and when y’all took that picture, it got me really excited in my feelings, like OK it this really going to happen. We still gotta ask every time we see you,” McBee added.

“I know, but just ask them,” Rowland said. “I’m here talking about ‘Mea Culpa,’ out February 23, and that’s what I’m most excited about right now. I think that, that’s that.”

Rowland’s answers, or lack thereof, prompted Big Tigger to smile and say, “Your matrix Game is nice.”

The superstar’s radio appearance follows hot on the heels of her “Today” show debacle that saw her walk off the set.

A film image for "Mea Culpa."
Rowland’s latest onscreen venture is in the Netflix film “Mea Culpa.” Netflix
Kelly Rowland and Beyonce Knowles of Destiny's Child
Rowland was asked about a potential Destiny’s Child reunion. WireImage

Though she refused to talk about the incident, Page Six exclusively reported that the Destiny’s Child singer exited the “Today” show because her dressing room was not up to par.

The “Survivor” singer’s team allegedly asked about another dressing room that was upstairs, but that room was occupied by Jennifer Lopez, who was there to promote her new album, “This Is Me… Now,” and her accompanying film project, “The Greatest Love Story Never Told.”

Beyoncé's "Texas Hold 'Em" single cover
Beyoncé this month dropped two new songs, “Texas Hold ‘Em” and “16 Carriages.” beyonce/Instagram
Kelly Rowland on WGN in Chicago.
Rowland sat down with Chicago’s WGN News Thursday, where she declined to answer questions about her controversial exit. WGN9

After Rowland left, producers were able to fill her co-hosting role with Rita Ora.

Rowland sat down with Chicago’s WGN News Thursday, where she declined to answer questions about her controversial exit.

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