Beyoncé Shows Support for Kelly Rowland at the Premiere of ‘Mea Culpa’: ‘She’s My Best Friend!’


Beyonce is seen at Kelly Rowland’s flick best on Feb. 15, 2024 in New York.

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Queen Bey is back outdoors! Notorious for her elusiveness, Beyoncé has actually been out and around considering that the 2024 Super Bowl, where she began her brand-new nation period — likewise called Act II of the three-act task she started with 2022’s Renaissance. On Thursday evening (Feb. 15), the “Break My Soul” vocalist enhanced the opening night in New York of her previous Destiny’s Child bandmate Kelly Rowland‘s brand-new movie, the Tyler Perry-helmed Mea Culpa.

“Dats my best friend! Dats my best friend!!!!! So proud of you Kelly 🙏🏽,” Beyoncé captioned her photoset on Instagram. In her eight-photo slide carousel, Beyoncé flaunted her black-and-white hooded minidress and wonderful team photos with Rowland, Ms. Tina Knowles, Jay-Z and relative and ASCAP Award-winning songwriter Angie Beyincé. Eagle-looked at social networks individuals will certainly observe that Beyoncé’s subtitle relatively responds to Tokyo Vanity’s struck solitary “That’s My Best Friend,” which just recently experienced a viral minute on TikTok and came to a head at No. 24 on the TikTok Billboard Top 50 (graph dated Jan. 27).

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Ms. Tina also shared some pictures from the best on her authorities Instagram web page, with a subtitle that applauded both Perry and Rowland — 2 of the movie’s co-producers. “Last night we were grinning from ear to ear at the premiere in NYC of Mea Culpa, Tyler Perry’s new amazing thriller for Netflix starring my Kelly Rowland,” she created. “She friggin killed it!!!!!!! So proud❤️❤️❤️❤️ we love you @tylerperry you did that!!!!!”

Starring Rowland, DROOP Award candidate Trevante Rhodes, Nick Sagar, RonReaco Lee, Shannon Thornton and much more, Mea Culpa — created and routed by Perry — adheres to Rowland as a criminal defense lawyer charged with standing for a guy charged of killing his partner. The movie is slated for a Feb. 23 launch on Netflix.

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