Anele Mdoda says she has nothing against fomer Destiny's Child member Kelly Rowland.
On Wednesday night's episode of Podcast and Chill with Mac G on Channel O, the 94.7 host explained that she had no beef with the former Destiny's Child member, but that she thought Beyoncé was more attractive.
“I don't dislike Kelly in the least; in fact, I don't believe she's beautiful than Beyoncé. "There are a lot of people you'd think aren't prettier than the other," she explained. "For years, Michelle was called the ugly one in Destiny's Child, and no one batted an eyelid."
This comes after Anele hinted in a now-deleted Twitter post from 2019 that Kelly Rowland was not as attractive as many thought.
In response to a tweet, I remarked, "I didn't say Kelly isn't gorgeous, I said she isn't the prettiest in DC." She wrote, "Read to understand not to slay."
"She [Kelly] has natural swag over B," she remarked in another tweet, "but she isn't the sexiest DC member."
Since then, the two stars have been repeatedly "pitted against each other." Many local Twitter users will try to make a tweet on Anele whenever Kelly does something on social media.
When Anele donned an olive green blazer to a recent Miss SA event, tweeps assumed Kelly was slamming the media personality because she, too, was dressed in a green blazer.
Kelly donned a yellow swimsuit similar to the one Anele wore in September.
Anele is a one-of-a-kind woman.
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