SOLANGE KNOWLES FALA SOBRE FAMILIA E COMO A GRAVIDEZ MUDOU A IRMàBEYONCÉ

A irmã de Beyoncé, Solange Knowles, partilhou com a revista Complex, assuntos como a sua personalidade, a relação com os pais e a gravidez da irmã. Leiam abaixo um excerto da entrevista:

“… sobre se gostava de ser submissa ou dominante:
Strong, independent women share this sentiment of wanting to be taken over sexually behind closed doors. It’s the natural balance for a woman like me.

I’d rather live in the U.S. than Europe.
I talk sh-t about the American way, and how much more together Europe is as a society, but traveling as much as I have, there are lots of things I appreciate about home. I plan on living in Europe at some point, but for now I’m good in Brooklyn.


I’d rather be on the cast of Love & Hip-Hop than Project Runway.

I’ve never seen Project Runway, but I’m a huge Chrissy [Love & Hip-Hop star Christine Lampkin] fan. I’d need to take boxing lessons from her first though, nahmean?

I’d rather be the cool aunt than the authoritative aunt. The closer my sister came to motherhood, the more stern she was with my son, Julez, but when he was between the ages of 1 and 4, she put the s in spoiling. I had to deal with the cool aunt for seven years, and I’m ready for payback! Late nights, candy binges—I’m doing it all!

I’d rather have known my parents when they were younger than only know them as my parents.
My mother was the most stylish, flawless woman I’ve ever seen. My father had a little cool, but my mother was a different breed of cool. I’ve looked through photographs of her that inspire me today. She’s partied at Studio 54, hung out in ski chalets in Colorado, and played Cleopatra in a play in Egypt. She’s insanely cool in her 50s, but I wouldn’t pass up being with her in her prime!

I’d rather be the protector than the protected.
I’m naturally the protector—being a mother and having a famous family. You have to navigate when it’s right to protect. I’ve made mistakes, but just know, if you step to me and mine, me and Chrissy gon’ have to f-ck you up.”

Complex magazine editorial photo

Solange Knowles

 

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