Cheaters, beware! Wendy Williams is coming for you, and she’s not holding back. On the Thursday, May 9 episode of The Wendy Williams Show, the TV host got candid about the fact that some people just don’t “respect” the sanctity of marriage — but she’s not calling out cheating husbands. Instead, she’s calling out the women who help them cheat. Considering that the star is currently going through a divorce, likely caused by years of alleged cheating from her husband, her statement is scathing AF. We don’t know about you, but we wouldn’t want to be on the receiving end of that look!
While discussing an interview Ayesha Curry did with Jada Pinkett Smith for Red Table Talk, the 54-year-old host had a little something to say. “There are a lot of women with no respect for a marriage,” she snarked before giving cameras a pointed look. “You know what I’m saying? A lot of women who know your man is married and will have the nerve to be right up under him right under your nose.” Hmmm, wonder if Wendy would know anything about that?
The show should save some of that shade for her soon-to-be ex-husband, though — especially since Kevin Hunter is seeking spousal support in the wake of the split. In Touch can confirm that the father-of-one is demanding “permanent” alimony, child support, and legal fees even though the couple’s son, Kevin Jr., is already 18, turning 19 in August. Of course, it makes sense that the dad may be hurting for cash. After news of the divorce broke, he was fired from Wendy’s show.
But Wendy seems pretty unbothered by all that divorce drama these days. Recently, she was all smiles after leaving the TV studio where she films her show. According to insiders, she’s coping just fine. “She still has healing to do, but she’s taken several major steps in the right direction. She’s strong and resilient,” a source told Us Weekly. “Wendy took the proper steps to get better not only for herself but for Little Kev, too,” an insider agreed to In Touch. “He is the source of her strength. … Now, Wendy will finally be happy.”
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