Wendy Williams may be keeping details about the demise of her marriage under wraps, but that hasn’t stopped her from fueling speculation on her daytime talk show. During Thursday’s taping of the Wendy Williams Show, the veteran host slammed women “with no respect for marriage.”
The discussion began as Williams recounted Ayesha Curry’s recent appearance on Jada Pinkett Smith’s Facebook Watch series, Red Table Talk. Curry detailed several instances in which women attempted to cross boundaries with her husband, NBA superstarStephen Curry, while she was present.
Williams said, “There are a lot of women with no respect for a marriage … you know what I’m saying? A lot of women who know your man is married will have the nerve to be right up under him, right under your nose.”
Providing context for her viewers, she cut to a clip of Curry detailing a specific time a fan “crossed the line.”
“I’ll never forget… We wanted to buy bikes one day … Riley, at the time, she’s less than a year old. And this group of people come over, they’re trying to ask Steph for pictures and autographs,” she began. “The woman opens the car door, sticks her body in the car and is just like, ‘Oh, let me see.’ And I’m like, ‘No, no, get out of the car.’ And she goes, ‘Oh, honey, you know what you signed up for.'”
Issuing shade for the woman referenced in Curry’s story and others like her, Williams said, “For you lonely girls who can’t keep their hands off other people’s men, there’s a hot place in hell for you.”
Williams’ recent comments fuel speculation about infidelity playing a huge role in her split from her estranged husband, Kevin Hunter. He was accused of having a decade-long affair with a woman named Sharina Hudson and fathering the child she reportedly gave birth to in March.
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