Mathew Knowles Has A Shady Memory Lapse When It Comes To Knowing Who Ex Destiny’s Child Member Farrah Franklin Is

Chile, Mathew Knowles is at it again. Less than 48 hours after he hurled shocking allegations at two members of R&B group Jagged Edge for allegedly being inappropriate with Beyoncé and Kelly Rowland when hey were underage, he is now throwing some shade to former Destiny’s Child member Farrah Franklin.

In the second part of his sit-down interview with VLAD TV, former Destiny’s Child manager Mathew Knowles decided to spill some tea on Farrah Franklin and throw more than a little bit of shade when he claimed he didn’t know her.

While being interviewed, Mathew was asked about Farrah and repeatedly responded with “Who? Who?” before diving into her extremely drama-filled exit from the group after only a few months. He claimed that it was Farrah’s decision to leave and that brewing tension within the group and her alleged sneaking out to nightclubs were just some of the reasons she parted ways with the group.

DJ VLAD then brought up Farrah’s past interview with him where she alleged that Mathew got in her face and got loud with her on an occasion. Mathew responded, stating that her claims were ridiculous and it wouldn’t make sense for someone to leave behind $50 million because someone got loud with them.

If you’re wondering why Mathew is being so vocal these days, it’s because he has an upcoming tell-all book in the works that will apparently spill all the details about his time in the music industry.

Roommates, what are your thoughts on this?

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