Michelle Williams Finally Snaps After Years of Destiny’s Child Ridicule

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Photo Credit: Instagram

By: Amanda Anderson-Niles

Michelle Williams has made it clear on numerous occasions that she isn’t ashamed of not being the lead singer of Destiny’s Child. However, critics of the successful girl group still find joy in taunting her about it on social media, but it appears Michelle has finally had enough.

The other day #PoorMichelle became a trending topic on Twitter, and numerous people decided to join in on the topic and poked fun at the singer:

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Michelle has obviously had enough of being the target of jokes, so she clapped back with the following:

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  1. Michelle has always been the awkward one, but I don’t see why people are always going in on her. It’s just seems like it’s just a bandwagon mentality now. People just like to gang up on some people because it’s the it thing to do I guess. Smh.

    1. You’re right it is a mob mentality now. It’s the cool thing to do. It’s one thing to have an opinion, but it’s not ok to tease someone you don’t know. Most of these people would never even say these things to these people’s faces. They are cowards.

  2. None of these tweets were funny to me. But this is why I don’t have a Twitter. For what? All everyone does on there now is troll for retweets. It’s just high school all over again. No thanks.

  3. Michelle was in one of the most successful girl groups of all time and has a successful gospel solo career. She’s good, so I don’t get the jokes. She’s better off than most people.

  4. Stupid people don’t deserve a response. She shouldn’t have even said anything. Now these idiots think they are more important than they really are.

    1. Yes…That’s why I believe Keyshia’s story. Michelle probably did shade her on twitter first. lol

  5. Good for Michelle. People act like they wouldn’t want to be in Michelle’s position. I would with this economy cost of living going up this 8-5 is for the birds. At the end of the day she has money in the account and is probably taking care of her family. Call me whatever the hell you want as long as I got my money and family is taking care of I’m good sh-t I’ll be 2nd to Bey proudly!

  6. Some people are stupid. Not everyone was meant to be Beyonce, Diana Ross hell or any other lead singer of a girl group. It’s life. But that doesn’t mean the other women in the group aren’t paid! Kelly and Michelle are doing better than 99% of the people who read this site. So with that being said, I ain’t about to tease Michelle about a damn thing. LOL.

  7. It would have been better for her not to respond, but I can understand why she did. Social media has made people feel comfortable with online bullying. That’s all this is. Bullying from the comfort of people’s homes. They don’t have to show their faces, everything is about likes and retweets. They will say the meanest things just to get some popularity on social media. It’s just really sad to me.

  8. Why are people so mad?? DestinyChild broke up how long ago?? Oh right.. If she not tripping then let it go. It was funny for the moment & hell most of the posts were true. My Grandmother is 72 & she knows all the beyonce gossip but she has no idea what Kelly & michelle are doing. & to those who said ” successful gospel career” y’all joking right?! Hahaha #PoorMichelle

    1. But she has more money than you and your grandmother combined. Maybe she should hop on Twitter and make hashtags about that?

  9. This is just what lame people with no lives do on the internet. Most of them are broke and miserable but they have the nerve to talk about Michelle when she’s experienced more success than they ever will. Twitter gives losers so much courage they don’t have in real life.

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