Wendy Williams’ Fans narrate She Needs To start A Podcast At Home
Wendy Williams’ Fans Say She Needs To Start A Podcast At Home
Wendy Williams ‘ fans are saying that she needs to start a podcast at home. Check out the latest reports about what she said in this video on the beach.
Someone said: ‘ miss her and her messy way. How you doing,’ and a commenter posted this: ‘
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One fan said: ‘take that time off for mental & physical healing,’ and one other follower said: ”m glad she’s in good Spirits…get back soon Wendy.’
One fan said: ‘Hearing her voice made me realize I miss seeing and hearing her on TV. Get better Wendy!!’
Someone else said: ‘They trying to Brittney Spears Wendy smh! They trying to make her crazy to take over her money!’ and a commenter psoted this: ‘Wendy need to start a podcast in the comforts of her residence.’
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A fan said: ‘One thing about GOD when he see you trying He’ll handle the rest.’
Not too long ago, we were revealing that Wendy Williams made her fans and followers happy with the latest pics in which she is looking good and happy. Check them out below.
Wendy has been in the news a lot lately. From not returning to her show, as of yet, and a legal battle with Wells Fargo, the 57-year-old has been the talk of the internet.
It’s been just revealed that the attorney of Wendy Williams decided to speak. Check out what he had to say below.
The Shade Room notes: ‘earlier this month, #WellsFargo alleged that #WendyWillams needed a guardian to handle her financial affairs. Now, the veteran talk show host has issued a statement of her own.’
‘According to a statement from her lawyer LaShawn Thomas, Esq., obtained by TSR, Wendy ‘strenuously denies all allegations about her mental health and well-being.’
TSR continued and said: ‘The statement goes on to say that Wells Fargo refuses to honor the power of attorney, which is her son. ‘Wells Fargo has refused to honor her Power of Attorney, granting her son authority to make inquiries to the bank on Wendy’s behalf.’