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The Unfullfiled Destiny's

June 14, 2005 (4:27 am) GMT
"Destiny Fulfilled...and Lovin' It Tour" is the last for the "childs" who all of them decided to part ways for solo career

Fans and music industry will lose and mourn the departure of the chart-topping R&B act as the trio decided to part ways and pursue their solo career. The music group first signaled their intentions on Saturday from the stage of a concert in Barcelona, Spain, when group member said their current "Destiny Fulfilled...And Lovin' It" tour would be their last in Europe.

Further, , and Rowland herself, confirmed their going to split up with a statement saying that despite their split they will still love and respect one another. Besides, they also thanked fans for their support and loyalty. Destiny's label, Sony Urban/Columbia Records, outed a formal announcement saying the three of them "would be retiring as Destiny's Child and moving forward to pursue personal goals and individual careers in music, theater, television and film."

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