It's been ten years since one of our favorite girl groups, Destiny's Child, has toured the world.

Their last tour, Destiny Fulfilled, made more than $70 million, just in the U.S. alone. And after their last televised reunion at the 2015 Stellar Awards and Kelly and Michelle's cameos during Beyoncé's 2013 Super Bowl performance, rumors of a reunion tour are fueling more than ever. But there's one problem that may be hindering the group's tour: Mathew Knowles.

Knowles, Beyoncé's father and former manager, still owns a quarter of the group and anytime they use the name Destiny's Child, he automatically profits. The group would also have to work with him in some capacity if they want to call themselves Destiny’s Child for the tour.

A source close to the group told the Daily Mail claims the Grammy award winning trio's unwillingness to deal with Mathew is why they keep putting off a Destiny's Child reunion album and tour.

But The Inquisitr says that speculations of a reunion tour are just that, rumors. Sorry to bust your bubble, Vixens.

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