Tina Knowles Gushes Over Kelly Rowland for How Handling Cannes Incident With 'Class and Grace'
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The former Destiny's Child herself has addressed the incident while speaking with the press at the amfAR Cinema Against AIDS gala at Cannes.

AceShowbiz - Tina Knowles has shown her full support for Kelly Rowland. The mom of Beyonce Knowles gushed over the singer for handling an incident with security at the Cannes Film Festival with "class and grace."

Making use of Instagram on Thursday, May 23, the 70-year-old posted a clip of Kelly on the red carpet chatting with Evan Ross and Joe Jonas. She began her caption, "And just like that, she @kellyrowland graces another carpet with her amazing glorious beauty, class and grace!!!!"

"Sipping Champagne and living her best life [red heart emojis] This just goes to show that one silly monkey, don't stop no-show!!!" the businesswoman continued. "on to bigger and and better things."

On Tuesday, Kelly was involved in a scuffle with a staffer when attending the premiere of French film "Marcello Mio". After footage of the moment went viral, a lip reader tried to decipher what the star said to the security guard.

"Don't talk to me like that. Don't talk to me like that," Kelly repeated, expert Jeremy Freeman told Page Six. "You're not my mother. I told you not to talk to me like that." After walking a few steps up, she then turned to face the female staffer one last time and told her, "You still don't talk to me like that."

According to Daily Mail, Kelly scolded the security guard because staff members at the iconic French festival were "being aggressive" and Kelly had "had it" with them. "The people who are assigned to helping stars walk the red carpet were being aggressive and Kelly was trying to ignore it," said a so-called insider.

"By the time she got to the last woman she had had it because she scolded Kelly and told her to move when she was trying to wave to fans and help the paparazzi get their shot," the source claimed. "She doesn't care if she comes across like a diva if she knows that she is advocating for herself. She isn't fake and wanted to set a clear boundary."

Kelly herself has addressed the incident while speaking with the press at the amfAR Cinema Against AIDS gala at Cannes. She commented, "The woman knows what happened. I know what happened. And, I have a boundary. And I stand by those boundaries and that is it."

"There were other women who attended that carpet, who did not quite look like me, and they didn't get scolded or pushed off or told to get off," the former Destiny's Child member continued. "And, I stood my ground and she felt like she had to stand hers. But I stood my ground."

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