On Friday, Solange took to Instagram to open up about her recent physical and spiritual transition, in which she confronted her worst enemy, “fear.”
In the post, she reflected on her life in the past two years and opened up about her relationship with her husband, Alan Ferguson, just before announcing their split.
“11 years ago, I met a phenomenal man who changed every existence of my life. Early this year, we operated and parted ways,” Solange wrote, adding, “(And tho it ain’t nan nobody business) I find it necessary to protect the sacredness of my personal truth and to live in it fully just as I have before and will continue to do.”
As many praised Solange for her vulnerability, others took to Twitter to come up with their own stories and assumptions about the reason behind her spiritual evolution and a new journey, using a photo of the singer and her former co-manager, John Bogaard to suggest infidelity on Solange’s part.
“Solange really spits all that pro-black sh*t just to cheat on her black husband with a white man,” one Twitter user wrote. While others refused to believe the tweets, saying, “I know damn we Solange ain’t with no white man.”
Solange’s team told Baller Alert, “There was never any cheating. Her and Alan separated earlier this year,” as stated in Solange’s Friday post. “Solange and John Bogaard worked together for many years, with him as her co-manager,” the source continued. “There was never anything between these two individuals, outside of a working relationship.”
To further clarify their working relationship, the songstress took to her Instagram stories with the photo in question and said: “Yo thank you #onvaction for being the best co-manager for 5 years. Sorry, the internetsss are so unkind n b lying go back to enjoying ya vacation.”