Wendy Williams has been out in these streets zippin & zooin’ it. Now, she’s revealing who she would hop in bed with and her answer may surprise you. Find out who it is, plus new deets about her upcoming biopic inside…
Listen, Wendy Williams is a single woman out in these streets and has been living it up since calling off her 20+ year marriage with her ex-Kevin Hunter.
Today, the daytime TV host let viewers in on a dirty secret. She revealed which celeb she would smash and her answer may shock some of you. You ready?
Wendy said if she was to smash any celebrity it would be former NBA baller Matt Barnes. Oh?! Yep, she said she loves his girlfriend Anansa Sims (they recently got back together) and their kids, so she’s no homewrecker. And then she shaded her ex-husband for cheating (and making a baby) on her during their marriage.
”I’m not the disrespectful Hunter….breaking up homes and stuff,” she said.
The 56-year-old daytime talk show host said if the opportunity ever came up she would accept it and keep it moving. She told Norman if he ever gets the alert about a breakup to call her right away. Chile…
”For me he’s not a keeper, but he’s a good weekend treat,” she said.
We see you, Wendy.
Peep the clip (starting at 3:56) below:
Ahead of her LIFETIME biopic dropping on January 30th, Wendy dropped a bombsell about one part of her life she hadn’t shared before. During a panel discussion to promote the movie, she said she was sexually assaulted by late R&B singer Sherrick. She said she met the singer during an interview and instantly was hooked.
“He mesmerized me with his twinkling eyes,” she told reporters. “He flipped the interview around to where he was interviewing me — I was just gaga over this man and he asked me to go to an opening party, an album release party, with him that night.”
“And before the party, I was date raped by him,” she continued, sharing that she was also date raped when she was in college.
“Those types of things happen to girls all the time,” Williams added. “And they’ve been happening a lot, to a lot of our mothers, grandmothers, great-great-grandmothers and their great-great-grandmothers, too.”
Sherrick’s widow, Lynne Conner Smith, caught wind of the sexual assault allegations brought against her late husband and spoke out to defend him. The singer died in 1999.
His widow told PageSix Wendy should let her late husband “rest in peace,” as the man she loves “is not here to defend himself.”
“Sherrick was a beautiful man, a genius with a voice like an angel,” said. “We have three amazing children. This is quite painful to not only us but his nieces and siblings.”
It’s been over two decades since Sherrick passed and Sherrick’s widow wants to know, “Why now?!” She didn’t downplay Wendy’s account of sexual assault, but she did question why she would make the accusations publicly when Sherrick isn’t here to defend himself.
“The man that others knew as ‘Sherrick’ passed away 21 years ago. He was loved and adored by his family and we miss him every day,” said Lynne. “As I will never minimize or dismiss the horrid actions of sexual assault, I am saddened that Ms. Williams feels the need to publicly make these allegations when the man she is accusing is no longer on this earth to defend himself. Our family does not know Ms. Williams and are not aware of any relationship or encounter they may have had.”
“Why would Wendy not call the police if it were true?” she continued “Why did she go out with him? We have questions, too!”
Wendy Williams: The Movie premieres on LIFETIME January 30th at 8/7c.
Peep the trailer above.