Beyonce Throws Shade: ‘My First Album As A Solo Artist Was Destiny’s Child’ — Watch

Uh, YIKES! Beyonce shaded her former Destiny's Child band-mates so hard on May 16, when she said that her 'first album as a solo artist was Destiny's Child.' Is she saying that Michelle Williams and Kelly Rowland didn't matter?! See for yourself, right here! This is brutal! While thanking her fans and telling her story on stage during the Formation World Tour on May 16, Beyonce, 34, said that her "first album as a solo artist was Destiny's Child"! Sheesh, that makes it sound like she thinks Michelle Williams, 35, and Kelly Rowland, 35, were totally irrelevant. Here's the shocking video.

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Whoa there, Queen Bey, don’t forget where you came from! Beyonce got to talking about her past during her May 16 stop of her Formation World Tour, and when she began reminiscing on her Destiny’s Child days, it seems she may have forgotten something very important – the other members of the legendary girl band!

Bey looked absolutely fabulous in a white body suit, and seemed very grateful and emotional as she said “thank you. My first album as a solo artist was Des…um… Destiny’s Child,” as she started to laugh. However, to be honest it seems as though she mixed up two ideas and stumbled over her words, because after she said it she paused and looked embarrassed. Maybe she confused “first album” with “solo album.”

Don’t get us wrong, Bey was clearly the star of Destiny’s Child, but she can’t forget the two women who helped make her the diva she is today. Kelly and Michelle were once like Bey’s sisters, and though we’re dying for a reunion, we highly doubt the pair will agree after this awkward gaffe. Yikes!

HollywoodLifers – do you think Beyonce really meant what she said to shade Michelle and Kelly, or was it just a slip of the tongue? Share your thoughts with us!

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