"I believe soul mates are not just in relationships, but they’re in friendships," she said in a new interview with Hello Beautiful. "I have soul mates through Beyonce and Michelle [Williams] and [Beyonce's cousin] Angie [Beyince] and Solange [Knowles] and LaLa [Anthony]. I have soul mates. I’m so thankful for that too because I think they understand you. If there’s something on my heart or my mind, before I can even pick up the phone, one of them is calling me saying, 'What are you doing? Are you ok?' We’re connected and I think that’s such a beautiful thing. It’s the greatest gift you can have."
Rowland and her Destiny's Child bandmates recently reunited for Williams' gospel track "Say Yes," and constantly spend time together with each other's families.
Though Rowland admits she's had her fair share of drama with her sister soul mates—her song "Dirty Laundry" revealed past jealousy over Beyonce's career—she doesn't think it's ever a man's place to get involved.
"Stay out. It’s called female drama for a reason unless you have a vagina," she quipped.