LaTavia Roberson has nothing but "support" for her former girl group, even as some fans were "acting kinda shady" about her being left out.
Destiny's Child might have rocked the stage during Beyonce's Coachella performance, but former member LaTavia Roberson, who was absent from the well-received set, has something to say about it. Don't worry though, there's no bad blood here.
Roberson, who was a member of the girl group until early 2000, took to her social media accounts to calm those who were angry that her and other former members LeToya Luckett and Farrah Franklin were not included in the performance.
"I know the fans want a DC5 reunion but it’s all in timing," Roberson wrote on her Twitter, keeping things positive. "I support every last one of those ladies that performed last night. I saw Lil sis Solange giving that H-Town style so let’s just enjoy 2018. It's about the music."
The singer also wrote something similar on her Instagram, congratulating the ladies on their performance, while giving another shout out to Beyonce's sister Solange, who made a surprise appearance as well.
Roberson previously posted a throwback pic of DC4 last week, saying that the world shouldn't compare the members and that they have an incredible bond that "no one can understand." The vocalist also acknowleged the fact that people call her "the bitter one," due to the fact that she was fired from the group and replaced by Michelle Williams.
This is from a shoot in London. Ppl call me the bitter one but how can I be bitter when I’m so proud of everyone in this picture. We created a legacy that can’t be touched. ALL 4 of us. We have a bond that no one can understand. I can’t compare my chapter 36 to Kelly’s chapter 36 or Beyoncé or LeToya’s so why does the world compare us? So no I’ve never been bitter these are my sisters!!!! Keep winning @beyonce @kellyrowland @letoyaluckett & even @michellewilliams no #tbt just a treat for the fans that’s been down since day 1 💋💋💋 #sisters
The Grammy-winning girl group reunited onstage Saturday night, but only included what you could consider the most popular members: Beyonce, Kelly Rowland, and Michelle Williams. And although they absolutely killed it, some fans on Twitter said the performance couldn't truly be considered a reunion because it didn't include all five members.
who are the other two members? pic.twitter.com/2jHvfPu5Fe— blake🛸givens (@ktbg_) April 16, 2018
I will say a DC5 reunion would of been much more iconic and I wanted but I already knew it weren’t gonna happen— 🍒 (@exquisitegoodie) April 15, 2018
Some fans are hoping that DC5 will make an appearance for Coachella Weekend 2, but others consider the trio lineup, or DC3, to be the best.