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Destiny’s Child Reunited at Beyoncé’s Renaissance World Tour: See the Photo

The original members of the girl group's 1997-1999 and 2000-2006 lineups posed for a group picture.

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Reunited and it feels so good! Since they debuted in 1997, Destiny’s Child has become one of the most successful, beloved and acclaimed girl groups in music history. The group formally disbanded in 2006 — although they’ve since reunited at Beyoncé ‘s 2013 Super Bowl Halftime Show and 2018 Coachella headlining performance — but fans have been aching for a public reunion of all of the key original members. Thanks to a pic posted by OG group member LeToya Luckett on Wednesday (Jan. 3), fans finally got their wish.

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Beyoncé, Luckett and Roberson threw up H-Town hand signs to highlight their hometown of Houston, and Rowland and Williams opted for simple peace signs. While Beyoncé was dressed down in a simple black hoodie and sweats — she did just perform a nearly three-hour set, after all! — the four other Destiny’s Child members were decked out in glittery silvers and blacks to keep in line with the Renaissance dress code.

Fans got a brief glimpse at the moment behind the reunion picture in Beyoncé’s box office-topping Renaissance: A Film by Beyoncé documentary concert film. While Beyoncé didn’t reveal exactly what the five ladies caught up on, her narration echoed the sentiments of healing that Luckett expressed in her caption. While the picture has delighted fans, it’s also sparked some rumors about more concrete reunion plans — but those remains just that, rumors.

Destiny’s Child has earned 10 top 10 hits on the Billboard Hot 100 , including the No. 1 hits “Say My Name” (three weeks), “Independent Women, Part I” (11 weeks), “Bills, Bills, Bills” (one week) and “Bootylicious” (two weeks). On the Billboard 200 , the Grammy-winning vocal group has scored four top 10 entries, including the chart-toppers Survivor (two weeks) and #1’s (one week).

Check out the Destiny’s Child reunion picture and some of the best fan reactions below:

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I would pay TOP DOLLAR for a reunion tour from Destiny’s Child — It Girl Kye🦄🫃🏾 (@GxldSociety) January 3, 2024
A Destiny’s Child reunion with all the original members?! I used to pray for times like this! 😭😭😭🙌🏻🙌🏻🙌🏻 — Holiday Tuxedo Charles 🎅🏼 (@cedwards0527) January 3, 2024
This photo is going on my vision board. I want to be a tour manager for the Destiny’s Child Reunion tour so bad 🥹 — Nightskin Keisha (@tuhkyjuh) January 3, 2024
I would literally kill all of you for a destiny’s child reunion show. Just one show. — nippy (@quinnpossibl3) January 3, 2024
i’m being greedy but the houston shows deserved a destiny’s child reunion along with our surprise megan performance — triet (@teemodachi) January 3, 2024
I’ll be there Front row and centerd I love me some Destiny’s Child 😍 a reunion is needed fr 🥲 — ♋️✨ (@itssaadee_) January 3, 2024

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Kelly Rowland talks potential Destiny's Child reunion tour and the one song she's dreamed about performing with Beyoncé and Michelle Williams again

  • Kelly Rowland told Insider whether we can expect a Destiny's Child reunion tour in future.
  • 2024 marks 20 years since Rowland, Beyoncé, and Michelle Williams released their last studio album.
  • Rowland revealed the one song she is itching to perform again as a group — and has dreamed about it.

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Could we see Destiny's Child reunite on tour? Kelly Rowland is saying wait and see.

Next year marks the 20th anniversary of the chart-topping girl group's final studio album , "Destiny Fulfilled," which spawned the hit songs "Lose My Breath," "Girl," and "Soldier" back in 2004.

Speaking to Insider this week to discuss her new partnership with FamilyGuard Brand on its YES, PLAY! initiative, Rowland said "Destiny Fulfilled" is her favorite DC album, adding: "That whole album was my relationship in my 20s."

The last time the group performed together was back in 2018 when Rowland and Michelle Williams joined Beyoncé on stage during her headline set at Coachella .

" Bey's on tour . Michelle has this amazing podcast and different things she's working on. I have things that I'm working on, and things lined up," said Rowland when we asked her about a reunion tour. "We'll see what happens. No promises."

Should the group get back together, Rowland, 42, said there is one song, in particular, she'd love to perform again as a trio. In fact, she's dreamed about it.

"'If' from the last album," said the singer. "I literally have pictured it. I've had a dream about it. I've seen us do it together, and I've seen the crowd, and I've heard how it sounds in my dream, and I woke up and I was just smiling so hard."

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"That's one of my favorite DC records and I always thought about performing it live with the girls would be sick," she said.

While fans await a DC3 reunion, Rowland is keeping busy as a children's book author , star and executive producer of Lifetime's "Merry Liddle Christmas" holiday movie series, and her new partnership with FamilyGuard Brand.

Rowland has teamed with the new disinfectant brand to encourage safe and clean play spaces for children in their homes.

In addition to declaring May 26 YES, PLAY! Day, a day dedicated to celebrating playtime and encouraging families to play together, FamilyGuard Brand is also giving away $50,000 to be divided by 100 families to create or upgrade dedicated play spaces at home. 

Rowland, who has two sons, Titan, 8, and Noah, 2, with her husband Tim Weatherspoon, said: "Playing with my kids is the best thing ever."

"After COVID, there were all these reports showing that kids require a clean play space — it makes them feel more comfortable. And if they feel more comfortable, they're going to develop more," she added of the campaign.

Playtime is a big part of the Rowland-Weatherspoon household at the moment given Noah's tender age.

"It's all he requires," said Rowland. "When I come into a room, he says, 'Mom, mom, mom,' and he takes me into his little toy area space and we play until it's time to do something else."

"I'm noticing that his development and how he's thinking things through, and processing everything ... it's the most beautiful thing," she added.

But Rowland lamented that Noah "is getting so big," so she's trying to enjoy as much of this time as possible.

"Two is a really great age but it's also so fleeting. It makes me so sad," said the singer.

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*NSYNC isn’t the only ’90s band reuniting as of late. All five members of Destiny’s Child reunited during Beyonce’s Renaissance tour show in Houston, Texas, on Saturday night.

According to fan photos, Kelly Rowland, Michelle Williams, LaTavia Roberson and LeToya Luckett were all in attendance as Queen Bey, 42, performed at the NRG Stadium. The only former collaborator who didn’t appear to attend was Farrah Franklin, who was briefly part of the group after Roberson and Luckett left.

The group initially formed when Beyonce met Roberson in 1990 and performed on “Star Search” as Girls Tyme — along with Rowland and three other girls. However, after losing, Beyonce’s dad, Mathew Knowles, reworked the band (by cutting it from six girls to four and adding Luckett) and Destiny’s Child was created.

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Destiny’s Child would go on to release hit albums, including their self-titled debut album in 1997 and 1999’s The Writing’s on the Wall. Some of their biggest hits include “Say My Name,” “Bills, Bills, Bills,” “Bug a Boo” and “Jumpin,’ Jumpin.'”

Mathew went on to fire Roberson and Luckett and replace them with Williams and Franklin. Franklin would also go on to leave the group.

The trio — Beyonce, Rowland and Williams — would go on to release multiple albums, including the successful 2001 “Survivor.” They’d also reunite multiple times through the years, most memorably at Beyonce’s 2013 Super Bowl halftime show and 2018 Coachella performance.

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Another ’90s band that has been making headlines is *NSync. The band — Justin Timberlake, JC Chasez, Lance Bass, Joey Fatone and Chris Kirkpatrick — presented Taylor Swift with the Best Pop award for “Anti-Hero” at the VMAs on Sept. 12.

Their new song, “Take You to a Better Place,” is set to also debut in Timberlake’s new film, “Trolls Band Together,” and they recently dropped by “Hot Ones” to tape an episode eating very hot wings.

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Destiny’s child reunion tour setlist…for whenever they decide to hit the road.

Check out VIBE's take on the perfect setlist for a Destiny's Child reunion tour.

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Destiny’s Child fans have been begging group members to reunite for years.

While Beyoncé has invited Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams on stage for a Super Bowl Halftime performance and her epic Beychella concert, original members LeToya Luckett and LaTavia Roberson have yet to perform with the group since parting ways in the early 2000’s, resulting in a lawsuit that was settled out of court in 2002.

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Over 20 years later, original members Bey, Kelly, LaToya and LaTavia are on great terms, often snapping photos together whenever they run into each other at award shows, parties and concerts, including Beyoncé’s recent Renaissance Tour.

Rowland recently dashed hopes of a reunion happening anytime soon, saying the ladies are all focused on solo endeavors at the moment. Still, fans can’t help but hold out hope for a future reunion — including a full-blown tour — of the original four ladies, as well a Williams, who joined the group after Luckett and Roberson’s departure and has been an irreplaceable mainstay ever since.

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Farrah Franklin also joined the group alongside Bridge Queen Williams, but parted ways after only a few months, making a minimal contribution to their musical legacy.

For those of us who haven’t given up hope, check out VIBE’s take on the perfect setlist for a Destiny’s Child reunion tour below.

"No, No, No Pt. 2"

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As the lights go down and fans scream in anticipation of the night to come, we hear/see interview clips from the girls, particularly one where the original four members — still in their teenage years — introduce themselves to the world for the first time.

After a bit of wistful reminiscing, the crowd hears the opening of “No, No, No, Pt. 2,” those signature beeps sending the crowd into a frenzy. Behind a screen only showing their silhouettes, each member is illuminated, one by one, doing the signature tick-tick dance featured on the Wyclef Jean-assisted video.

As they sing that first “Ahhhhhh, ah, ah, ahhhhh, ah,” the screen lifts and we see all five members of Destiny’s Child, including Michelle Williams .

And the show begins…

Kelly Rowland, American singer, songwriter and actress Beyonce Knowles, American singer and actress LeToya Luckett, and American singer and songwriter LaTavia Roberson.

“So Good” from the group’s sophomore album, The Writing’s On The Wall, is a fan-favorite deep cut that true DC followers would be surprised and ecstatic to hear live for the first time. As this is a reunion tour, it’s important to not only cover the hits, but the niche classics that longtime supporters have been rocking to for literal decades, and “So Good” is one of them.

Not to mention, its message of exuding positivity in the face of one’s haters is as relevant as ever.


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Why not keep the energy high with this certified hit, which blends perfectly into this next banger…

"Bills, Bills, Bills"

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One of the group’s biggest hits, the roof — if there is one — will shatter as the audience processes one of R&B’s best hitting them with the classic “Bills, Bills, Bills” live!

And during the Atlanta stop, go ahead and show Kandi Burruss some love for writing such a smash.

"Say My Name"

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Another room shaker, “Say My Name” is mandatory on any DC tour, and this time will be no different.

"Torn", "Regret", "She Don't" Medley By LeToya Luckett

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Seeing as this is a reunion tour, it’s important to highlight what all of the ladies brought to the group vocally. In the first medley of the night, LeToya Luckett takes centerstage with three of her most popular solo tracks, “Torn”, “Regret” and “She Don’t.”

This simultaneously allows for Luckett to have her moment in the spotlight as the other members take a break and/or change into different costumes for the next segment of the show.

"Jumpin' Jumpin'"

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After a trio of mid-tempo grooves from Luckett, the energy is raised once again thanks to DC’s club-ready anthem, “Jumpin’ Jumpin’.”


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Can’t skip over “Bootylicious”, which is sure to keep the crowd on their feet. As the song wraps, we get a fun visual of the group of women speaking on the kind of men they like. Maybe Bey describes Hov, maybe Kelly describes Tim, but they never say their names. All we know is that they need a…

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No one is complaining about “Soldier” making the cut, not to mention its a great option, tempo wise, to transition from dance bops to the group’s best slow jams — after a scene-setting video for the crowd, of course.

Slow Jam Medley - "Sweet Sixteen" Led by LaTavia Roberson, "No, No, No Pt. 1", "Cater 2 U"

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The slow jam medley allows for LaTavia Roberson to shine as soloist on Destiny’s Child deep cut “Sweet Sixteen,” a track that resonated with teenage fans who now find themselves in their 30s and in attendance for the reunion of the decade. “No, No, No Pt. 1”, the song that introduced the group to millions, would also be a welcome surprise for an audience so used to hearing its remix.

Finally, “Cater 2 U”, allows for all of the ladies to seduce the crowd as the sirens they are, and is the perfect set-up for the next, sensual medley.

"Motivation", "Dilemma", "Dirty Laundry" Medley By Kelly Rowland

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From the servitude of “Cater 2 U” to the assertiveness of “Motivation,” Kelly Rowland keeps the sexy vibes going as she takes the reins to perform her biggest solo R&B hit, followed by her first smash outside of DC, the classic Nelly collaboration, “Dilemma.” Maybe even mix in a few of her dance hits to remind the masses of her impressive résumé.

We also think it’s important for Rowland to perform her emotional ballad “Dirty Laundry.” It would be a highlight of the evening and allow for the singer to express that moment of catharsis live and artistically, which can be quite healing. Perhaps Bey could even be on-stage with the singer as she powers through the vulnerable record, listening intently as Rowland sings of her past feelings of insecurity surrounding Beyoncé ‘s success, as well as her experience in an abusive relationship.

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The only follow-up to the emotional weight of “Dirty Laundry” would be its answer record — that just so happened to drop first — Destiny Fulfilled single “Girl.”

As many fans now know, “Girl” was largely inspired by Bey and Michelle attempting to help Kelly out of the abusive relationship she describes on “Dirty Laundry.” Seeing that narrative play out so beautifully would be a treat for fans and emphasize the “girl power” energy the group has exuded since its inception.

And speaking of girl power…

"Independent Women Pt. 1"

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One of their biggest pop hits, “Independent Women Pt. 1” would hit for every fan in the building, though they would have to re-work that Charlie’s Angels stance to accommodate five group members.

As this song wraps, fans receive a message essentially saying no matter how independent they are, they still rely on God’s guidance and grace, leading into a Gospel medley helmed by Michelle Williams .

Gospel Medley, ending with "Say Yes" By Michelle Williams

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The Gospel medley can consist if any number of Christian classics and hymns the ladies have tackled over the years, including “Amazing Grace”, “Behold the Lamb,” and “Total Praise.”

Williams will then wrap the medley with a rousing rendition of “Say Yes” featuring Bey and Kelly, with Bey sneaking off halfway through the song to prepare fans for a perfectly controversial transition that will leave some shocked at the audacity.

"Church Girl", "Single Ladies", "Crazy In Love" Medley By Beyoncè

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That’s right, from “Say Yes” to dropping it like thotties in Jesus’ name. Yes, some will take issue with connecting The Lord to provocative dance moves — just as they did when Bey’s “Church Girl” first dropped — but you can’t tell us it wouldn’t catch the whole crowd off guard in the best way possible.

Bey now has her moment to shine, and while she has a plethora of hits to choose from, “Single Ladies” and “Crazy In Love” have achieved such icon status, that it would be hard to argue skipping over them for such a massive show. But again, sis could pull songs randomly from a hat and serve, so no complaints from this side with whatever she chooses.

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After a night of reflecting on the ups and downs of life as a girl group, all five ladies belt out “Survivor” to let the crowd know that they are, indeed, survivors of an industry known to break the most determined and talented in the game. They should all be proud of where they are today, and this song would perfectly demonstrate the perseverance it took for them to thrive amongst the naysayers.

Of course, any performer worth their salt is going to give the crowd a little something extra, leading to an encore from the ladies to end the night on a high note.

Encore: "Lose My Breath"

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If the goal is to go out with a bang, “Lose My Breath” is the finale we need, and guarantees to have fans strutting their way out of the stadium just as the group did in the high-energy video.

Now that would be a night to remember!

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I stopped chasing the Hollywood vision of female friendship – and embraced the person I am

Tara Judah

For years I tried so hard to find that elusive band of forever friends. But maybe this isn’t a mould I was made to fit into

A ccording to cinema and television, women are constantly forming incredible female friendships. From Steel Magnolias to Bridesmaids, Sex and the City to The Golden Girls, these are the kind of friends you can rely on to get you through the hard times – you laugh, they laugh; you cry, they cry. The only thing you have to figure out is: are you a) the clever one, b) the sexy one or c) the funny one?

And yet, for years I had been searching for my own tribe, to no avail. I met every new opportunity with openness and enthusiasm, sure that my forever best friends were out there somewhere if I just looked hard enough. My search was just taking a little longer, I told myself. Even Thelma had Louise. It was only as I reached my mid-40s that I realised that might never happen.

In reality, I’m a lot more like the characters in the European arthouse films I like to watch (on my own) than the Hollywood fare I grew up on. When I see family and friends post pictures of baby showers, hen parties and birthday celebrations, I wonder why my own camera reel looks so radically different. Scroll through my social media and you will find shots of speciality coffee, documentaries about human rights abuses and the auditoriums of old theatres.

For decades, I tried making my interests social, in the pursuit of finding my tribe. I organised group theatre trips, coffee dates and baby cinema with women I sort of got along with, but lasting bonds just didn’t form. I wasted hours fretting about my inability to be irreverent, until I realised it simply isn’t in me. I’m not the person who will turn up on your doorstep with ice-cream when you break up with your loser boyfriend – I’m probably the person who told you to leave him six months ago.

I had always struggled to find my people. In my 20s, I made several attempts at friendship with the other women on my floor in my semi-corporate workplace. But when it came to Friday drinks, they didn’t invite me. Was my water-cooler chat dull? Had I been watching Big Brother for nothing? I didn’t understand their aloofness, but later found out it was because they didn’t like the way that I dressed.

Another office full of women yielded slightly more promising results when they invited me along to a Kylie Minogue concert. Unfortunately, our girl group disbanded when I was promoted at work. Kylie was a harbinger of sorts: solo careers sustain (Beyoncé, Madonna) while ambition in girl groups can trigger a split (Sugababes, Destiny’s Child).

In my 30s, it was mum groups – pregnancy yoga, baby sensory and the group WhatsApp. Surely all that oxytocin and sleep deprivation would bond me to some other women? I did plenty of downward dog, but, ultimately, I just didn’t click with anyone. Aside from complaining about not eating sushi or blue cheese for nine months, we didn’t have much to say to each other.

Now that I’m in my 40s, with two children under the age of five, a part-time PhD and a to-read pile that might crush me if I don’t make a start on it, I really can’t be bothered to waste any more time trying to fit a mould that was made for others. I’m done enthusiastically replying to WhatsApp messages with hearts or smiley faces in an effort to spark a friendship. I’d much rather sit solo with a quality cuppa, or wander around an art gallery on my own.

Still, not having that group of women to laugh and cry with has made me feel I am missing out over the years. Maybe I couldn’t find them because I’m not fun enough? Maybe I’m not worth investing in – too weird, or worse yet, boring. Invasive thoughts like these hit us all, but I can’t offload them to my girlfriends, or drown them out with Friday night drinks and dancing or group hugs. Instead, I sit with myself, often surrounded by silence. And I write. Sometimes it is lonely, but ultimately, I’m OK with that.

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Destiny Leadership Academy principal accused of battering a student

The principal of Destiny Leadership Academy, a private school in Ocala, has been arrested on charges of aggravated child abuse and kidnaping/false imprisonment of a child younger than 13. Officials say a school video shows the administrator hitting and choking the boy and twisting his ankle to prevent him from leaving a classroom.

Dontay Akeem Prophet was booked into the Marion County Jail at 3 a.m. May 11, jail records show. He is being held without bail.

A woman at the front desk at the school, 4790 N. U.S. 441, said the school had no comment on the case.

Prophet is a former Marion County School Board candidate. He was arrested in 2019 and accused of lewd/lascivious molestation of a child. Ocala police were told Prophet reportedly had touched a child inappropriately.

Court records show the charge was reduced to attempt to commit interfering with child custody. He was adjudicated guilty and placed on probation in 2023.

While on probation, court records show, he violated the terms of his probation with several infractions, one of which was failure to report in 2023. He was sentenced to 90 days in jail. Once he was released, probation was re-instated, records showed.

Prophet worked for Marion County Public Schools until he resigned on May 29, 2019. Hired in 2009, Prophet was a behavior technician and paraprofessional, primarily with ESE students at Shady Hill, Ward-Highlands and South Ocala elementary schools and Osceola Middle School.

He was placed on paid administrative leave in mid-February 2019 and resigned a short time later, school officials said.

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In the arrest report in this recent case, Deputy Ronald James Bailey said his agency was contacted by Destiny officials about a disturbance between Prophet, who is the school principal, and a student. The report does not list the student's age, but does suggest he's younger than 13.

The deputy watched the video, which he said showed Prophet approaching the child, who had his head down on a desk.

Prophet tried to get the child's attention by poking and grabbing him. The student pulled away and fell, the report says, and the video then shows Prophet sitting on the child. It then shows Prophet holding the boy in a choke hold and wrapping his legs around him. This prevented the child from leaving the room, according to the video.

The boy is reportedly seen on the video trying to leave multiple times; however, he was stopped by Prophet, who pinned him on the ground, the report says.

The video also shows Prophet grabbing the child's right ankle, twisting it, dropping his knee on the child's leg, slapping his face and hitting his head with a computer charger, according to the report.

The deputy interviewed the child, who was described as scared and shy. The boy said there was an altercation in the classroom and Prophet hit him in the head with the computer charger. The child said his hips hurt and were sore. He declined to say anything else to the deputy, according to the report. The boy's mother said her son did not tell her what happened.

The deputy interviewed Prophet over the phone. Prophet said there was a physical altercation between him and the child due to the boy making suicidal statements. Prophet said he was holding the boy because he was afraid the child would harm himself. He denied hurting the child. Prophet was arrested by the deputy after the interview.

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This article originally appeared on Ocala Star-Banner: Ocala police accuse Destiny Leadership Academy principal of child abuse

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OCALA, Fla. - The principal at a private school in Florida who has been charged with aggravated child abuse and false imprisonment of a child had prior felony charges involving children, court records show.

Dontay Akeem Prophet, 33, principal at Destiny Leadership Academy (DLA) in Ocala, was arrested on May 11 after surveillance video from a classroom showed Prophet physically restraining a young boy. 

According to the Marion County Sheriff’s Office (MCSO), security footage captured on May 10 showed Prophet grabbing the victim, restraining him on the ground between his legs, and employing a chokehold. Prophet could also be seen on camera using a charging cable to strike the child and slapping him in the face.

MCSO released about three minutes of the 40+ minute long security camera footage. They also released a body camera video of Prophet’s arrest.

"I don’t know if you know this or not, but there’s a security camera in that room," the arresting officer can be heard saying.

"There is?" questioned Prophet.

"Yeah… and it caught everything on camera," the officer responded. "Everything."

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It’s not Prophet’s first time being charged with a felony relating to a child. Prophet was arrested in May 2019. Court records show he was accused of sexually molesting a child who he met while working as a camp counselor in 2017.

Prophet was charged with lewd and lascivious molestation of a child and attempting to commit interfering with child custody.

The case has been ongoing. In June 2023, documents state Prophet violated his probation. Then, in July, the case was closed. Records show the prosecutor dropped one of the charges, and the court withheld adjudication, meaning he wasn’t convicted.

But how did he become the principal at DLA? The school’s executive principal, Dr. Elvira Hagins, declined to answer FOX 35’s Hannah Mackenzie’s questions.

A letter given to FOX 35 by school leaders stated Prophet no longer works at DLA. DLA is a private school, but state law mandates that the Florida Department of Education (DOE) write its rules. We reached out to the DOE but have not yet heard back.

On Monday night, DLA held a closed meeting for parents. None of the attendees agreed to speak on camera. 

Prophet is being held at the Marion County jail on no bond. Court records show he also uses the name Dontay Akeem Lopez. His next court appearance is June 11, 2024.

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Beyoncé and Destiny's Child Giggle over JAY-Z in Blooper Reel from MTV Spring Break 2000 Top 20 Countdown

Beyoncé and JAY-Z celebrated their 16th wedding anniversary on April 4, but this throwback footage reveals that the "Texas Hold 'Em" singer was once just a fan of her future husband

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Beyoncé is one of the most famous and accomplished women on the planet — but when her career with Destiny's Child was kicking off in the early aughts, she was also just a fun-loving pop star who couldn't stop giggling at her teleprompter fails.

In a throwback blooper reel posted on Instagram on April 3 by award-winning documentary filmmaker Beth Aala , which was taken when she worked for MTV in 2000, Beyoncé, Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams are seen cracking up as they attempt to do the Top 20 countdown during Spring Break 2000.

"I suck!" Beyoncé says while laughing as they kept failing at reading the prompter, adding that they needed to make a blooper reel out of all their mistakes.

The Destiny's Child stars went on to announce all the bands who were in the Top 20, including Limp Bizkit , *NSYNC and the Backstreet Boys. Beyoncé's future husband, JAY-Z , also made the lineup — his first major solo hit in 2000 was 'Big Pimpin' .


The trio continued laughing as they announced JAY-Z's song.

"You know if your mama calls you Shawn, I'm gonna call you Shawn," Williams joked about the rapper, whose real name is Shawn Carter. "That was Shawn Carter spicing up Spring Break."

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Of course, just a year later in 2001, Beyoncé and JAY-Z began quietly dating.

In 2002, JAY-Z released "'03 Bonnie & Clyde" featuring his future wife; a year later, she featured him in her "Crazy in Love" music video.

But it wasn't until 2004 that the couple made their red-carpet debut at the MTV VMAs in Miami.

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They secretly married in 2008, and welcomed their first child, daughter Blue Ivy , in 2012. They later welcomed twins Rumi and Sir in 2017.

In a 2008 Seventeen cover story, Beyoncé opened up about the usually private couple's relationship.

"I guess probably that we're all human," she said at the time. "You still get sad, and you still get your feelings hurt, and you still get confused and vulnerable and nervous and scared."

She added, "You have to find a person you can make it through the tough times with."

Six years later, in 2014, JAY-Z and Blue Ivy took the stage at the VMAs to present Beyoncé with the Video Vanguard Award.

"Thank you. I have nothing to say, but I'm thrilled with so much gratitude," Beyoncé said after accepting the award. "I just thank God for this moment. I love y'all so much. My beloved, I love you. My fans, I love you. MTV, I love you. Good night!"

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A member of the rainbow community believes an ad to publicise a Brian Tamaki church event in New Plymouth on Monday is extremely concerning. Photo: RNZ / Nick Monro

A person from the rainbow community is calling out ads for a Brian Tamaki church event showing a boy carrying a severed head - an apparent reference to David and Goliath - and bearing the tagline "Time to kill".

Members of Tamaki's Destiny Church have recently been charged for destroying rainbow crossings in Gisborne and Auckland, and were responsible for a series of drag events being cancelled around the country.

A screenshot of the Facebook post advertising Brian Tamaki's event in New Plymouth.

A screenshot of the Facebook post advertising Brian Tamaki church's event in New Plymouth. Photo: Supplied / screenshot

The image of the child and the head are part of promotion for an event last night in New Plymouth.

The next event is to be held in Whanganui on Tuesday evening.

Promotional material on social media for the events uses phrases like "Time to kill", "It's time to gather heads" and "I want a head (trophy) on my mantlepiece (sic)!"

But Tamaki said the imagery was used figuratively and the phrase "Time to kill" was from the Bible.

Whanganui Mayor Andrew Tripe said the council opposed any events which might seek to cause division within the community.

"The graphic imagery in their promotion suggests this is the case. However, we have no ability to stop this event because it is at a private venue."

In a video of the New Plymouth event Tamaki preaches against transgender and rainbow community rights; puberty blockers; Palestine; and the environmental movement.

It appears he is implying that these are the 'Goliath', and his own movement, Destiny Church, is the 'David'.

Tamaki said in a statement "The story and imagery of David and Goliath is used figuratively. I have stated many times that Destiny Church and I do not hate anybody in the rainbow community. We are always peaceful, never hateful.

"Any terminology I ever use in relation to warfare…is in relation to the spiritual battle we face every day as Christians. It is not directed at any individual. The term 'Time to Kill' also is a direct quote from the Bible found in Ecclesiastes 3:1-3. '…there is a time to kill, a time to heal…'."

The giant he referred to in New Zealand was a "a spirit that wants to sexualise our children and young people. To kill, means to bring to an end…followed by a time to heal".

'Dehumanising talk' - local fears for safety

A member of the local rainbow community, who did not want to be named but identified as non-binary, said the church's promotional material was extremely concerning.

"[This is] dehumanising talk, where we're the paedophiles, and we're the filth, and we're the degenerates. And there's a logical end point where we get attacked on the street."

They were planning on avoiding town for the next few days, and said they were especially worried for younger rainbow community members.

"I think Tamaki has gone far beyond expressing his free speech."

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DEADLINE: You ushered in Doctor Who’s iconic revival in 2005, and now you’re back almost a decade later. I’m curious about the throughline of your work on things like Queer as Folk to Years and Years to now cultivating this new queer Doctor Who. As a queer person yourself, what does all of this mean to you? 

When you get lucky like that, I think you have to act with responsibility. I know it’s a very hungry audience that is rarely satisfied. I met someone recently who loved a show I’d written called Cucumber . Believe me, that show died a death—no one liked Cucumber . So, meeting someone who loved it was such a special moment for me. I’m always aware, especially as time marches on, that I carry this legacy of being white, male and gay. And it’s my job to look beyond that because there’s no point in sitting still. I have to look at myself and be certain that I’ve moved on. I look to society and try to listen to what’s going on and open gateways. When you become more of a senior figure in television, it’s your job to open doors and let the next people through and to let trans and queer stories through and to become familiar with this language myself instead of settling into middle age. 

One of the marvelous things about being gay is that actually you’re always in the news, whether you want to be or not. It’s in every presidential election or prime ministerial election in Great Britain, someone will ask about gay rights, someone will ask about queer rights; you find yourself in this remarkable position of always being topical and newsworthy.  And although I wish a lot of those problems and discussions didn’t happen—that they’d be fixed and settled but nonetheless, you find yourself always being in the news. And I think that keeps you topical and alert. It means you can’t quite settle into middle age because your rights are not enshrined and are paper thin. I have always said that our rights are paper thin, and lo and behold, the past five years have proved me right. I don’t take any joy or satisfaction in being proved right in this at all. So, when it comes to this whole world, this whole vortex of this whole continuum, my own work that I’ve created, then Doctor Who is simply just a natural part of that. And I have to believe that I’ve been employed to write, to be me, to simply write the way I write, and to say the things that I say.

DEADLINE: As you stated, the times and cultural climate have certainly changed, especially since you were last at the helm of Doctor Who in 2010. This is also reflected in some of the themes laid out in the early episodes of the show. The thing that particularly jumped out to me was the mental health of it all. The Doctor and Ruby Sunday seem more introspective about their backgrounds, or lack thereof, in this exploration of their identity crises. 

DAVIES: It’s a world now in which the greatest thing we can do is reach out to people and try to help in matters of mental health. To all young people, more so than ever before, we need to reach out to them and say, “Express yourself and tell us when you’re unhappy, and actually tell us when you’re happy.” One of the glorious things about TikTok is that they can all dance and show themselves having enormous fun in their bedrooms. It’s not all misery; there’s real joy in being a teenager.

So, for those people who’ve been through the adoption process or the fostering process, and certainly, amazingly, for people who’ve been foundlings, it is a very rare thing but an astonishing experience to have to go through. We’re all wondering who we are, and I think that’s a very modern question to put into Doctor Who . And when you also factor in that the Doctor has recently discovered that he is not a Time Lord by birth, that he was an abandoned child, it just starts to resonate. The best thing you can do with a science fiction property is make it mean something at home. In the way that I love Star Trek, it aspires to be the best of us. Star Trek genuinely encourages us to do well, to trust our friends, to have faith, and to have faith in the system.

Doctor Who has different values, Doctor Who’s much more individual and idiosyncratic and would run away from a formal process as being the crew of a spaceship. Nonetheless, they’ve all got something to teach us, and I think that’s a great place to be working. I love writing this stuff. I love doing this stuff because if you can humanize it, then as all great science fiction has always done, it’s only people who don’t watch science fiction who think that science fiction is cold. 

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DEADLINE: This season has so much zaniness than in the previous iterations. Now that Doctor Who has a Disney budget, how has that amplified your approach for the new season? 

DAVIES: I wanted the show to be fun and a bit nuts. I think there’s an awful lot of television now, and I watch an awful lot of television, but I think there’s so much television that [sticks too rigidly] to the three-act structure. You know when there are 10 minutes left to go, when there’s going to be a major event, or when the murderer is going to be caught. So, I think it’s time for a show just to break those rules. Writing is about the heart and the pulse and sparks in the brain. Writing is about psychology. It’s about understanding people and why they do what they do. It’s not about hitting a particular beat 17 minutes in. So, I wanted to show this kind of laughing in the face of those rules. 

Doctor Who has its own charm and property; it’s always been mad. The whole fundamental principle is here’s a wooden box that’s bigger on the inside than on the outside, and it just goes anywhere for no reason. It’s not his job, it’s not his mission, it’s not his task, it’s not a quest, he just pops off to the next place at random, and that is joyously freewheeling. You have goblins who sing, a God of Music, and you pop back in time to meet the Beatles. And I can promise there is lots more of that to come [in future episodes]. 

But, at the same time, it’s worth saying to new viewers that there’s always a very strong story. There’s always good and bad at work. There’s always a crisis for the Doctor. There’s always the human companion to experience things through. So, the bones of a proper story are still there, but I think the chance to have fun and go wild is irresistible.

DEADLINE: Speaking of music, there’s quite a bit of singing this season. When you cast Ncuti and Millie Gibson , did you tell them they’d do all this beforehand? 

DAVIES: To be honest, we didn’t. Just in case they ran away [laughs]. I think they were surprised. I’m putting words in their mouths, but I think they weren’t ready for the fact that they actually had to sing in the studio. I think they thought it’d all be pre-recorded, but we did a kind of Les Misérables on them and said, “Let’s actually sing it for real,” so that was a shock. 

Doctor Who is now streaming on Disney+, with new episodes every week until June 21, 2024. [This interview has been edited for length and clarity]

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