Michelle Williams Addresses Her Embarrassing '106 & Park' Fall, Thanks Her Haters
Michelle Williams is no longer here for all your tired #PoorMichelle jokes. She playfully clapped back at hashtag frequenters with one simple tweet:
#PoorMichelle that's not what my accountant said! Y'all be blessed now..
— Michelle Williams (@RealMichelleW) April 3, 2014
But on the merrier side of her documented "misfortunes," Ms. Williams finally opened up to TIME about her infamous "106 & Park" fall and other embarrassing Destiny's Child moments. In case you need a refresher on the tumble in question…"This is the first and last time I will discuss this," she said in between chuckles. "That was 10 years ago, I'm over it. Really great things have happened since then for me, but because of YouTube and stuff like that, it lives on forever." She also took the time to thank all the people that keep her name in their mouths. "Regardless of what people think or say about me, I am always blessed," she said. "The fact that people sit and search for this stuff, I am on your mind day and night. So I thank you so much for making me relevant every single day... Thank you so much, my accounts are bigger because of you." Tell em! Watch the entire trip down memory lane on TIME.