At one point do you inhale, exhale, shoop-shoop and let a six-month period of your life go?
I say this with the best intentions: Girl, move on.
As it stands now, Beyoncé, the solo artist, is an international superstar who is five albums into what has been one of the most successful careers in music history. She was being goaded into talking about something that happened 15 years ago and was clearly still feeling a ways about it.
Kelly Rowland has released multiple solo albums and is presently filming a television show centered on creating a new girl group for BET. I understand that Farrah may have been mistreated during her stint, but enough.
Farrah Franklin has been arrested for public intoxication and marijuana possession.
The singer - who was a member of Destiny's Child from 1999 to 2000 - was booked after she got into an argument with a male friend in the early hours of Thursday morning, reports TMZ.
According to the gossip site, the 35-year-old refused to go home when the police arrived, saying: "These n***** won't leave me alone." When asked how much she'd been drinking, it's been alleged she shot back: "Not enough".
The database for the Dekalb County Sheriff Department, in Georgia - where Farrah was brought in - shows the star is facing charges for "public intoxication and marijuana possession of less than an ounce." TMZ has stated her bail as 0 (just over £170).
In 1999, the singer was invited to join Destiny's Child alongside Michelle Williams as they replaced original members Le Toya Luckett and La Tavia Roberson.
But just three months later Farrah was supposedly dismissed from the group.
It isn't the first time Farrah has been arrested for public intoxication - in July 2014 the star faced a similar charge after being found passed out in someone's garden.
Police reported at the time that Farrah was "unsteady on her feet" and "highly intoxicated".