Beyoncé Reunites with Former Destiny's Child Member LaTavia Roberson for First Time in 18 Years
In a sweet show of support, Roberson stopped by to see her friend perform on her On the Run II Tour stop in Houston
There’s no bad blood here!
In a sweet show of support, Roberson, 36, stopped by to see her friend perform on her On the Run II Tour stop in Houston.
“It was so wonderful sharing a laugh and spending time with my FRIEND of 30 years…..hadn’t seen Bey in 18 yrs,” the singer wrote on Thursday, alongside a photo of herself, her mother and the superstar enjoying each other’s company.
“My mother @cheryl_lastrap is clearly tickled. The children are amazing “Everything IS Love,” she continued, referencing the name of Beyoncé’s album with her husband JAY-Z.
“Hi Latavia, looking beautiful ❤️ H-Town❤️❤️,” she wrote alongside an image of Bey and Robinson giving each other a hug.
Earlier this month, LeToya Luckett-Walker — who announced in June that she’s expecting her first child — also stopped by to see her friend in action, catching a performance in Arlington.
Posting a sweet photo to Instagram on Wednesday, Luckett-Walker, 37, shared the reunion between pals and captioned the shot, “Love. ♥️”
In the photo, the musical duo can be seen smiling side-by-side with their arms around each other while Beyoncé rests her other hand on Luckett-Walker’s pregnant belly.
While many Destiny’s Child fans may best remember the group as a trio consisting of Beyoncé, Kelly Rowland, and Michelle Williams, the original lineup featured Beyoncé, Rowland, Luckett-Walker and Roberson.
Despite talk that she chose to leave Destiny’s Child in 2000, Roberson previously told PEOPLE that wasn’t the case.
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“I never left Destiny’s Child. That is something that people say. But who would leave Destiny’s Child? That’s crazy! I was dismissed from the group,” she explained. “It was very difficult because of the way that I found out about it. I hate even talking about it, and it’s been 20 years — but it is what it is. We saw the ‘Say My Name’ video on TV, and that’s how I found out I was no longer in the group.”
“It was very difficult. I’m pretty sure that it was difficult for all of us — because we were young,” Roberson continued, before adding that she never held anything against her fellow bandmates. “My issue was always with the management; it was never with the girls.”
“There’s nothing but love,” she remarked.