Don’t you hate it when young ungrateful punks show a lack of respect for those veterans who helped paved the way for their success?
As I told you earlier, Chris Brown arrived at JFK today and tweeted that one of the photographers “looked like Wendy Williams.”
As many times as the Diva Wendy Williams played this punk Chris Brown’s records on her show, he had the nerve to disrespect her? Well Wendy responded today in her own unique way. But if I were her I wouldn’t have responded to that convict. Once a woman hater, always a wonan hater.
Notice how he’s talking sht about successful black women lately? I bet he wouldn’t disrespect Larry King on Twitter — or anyone he thinks he needs to resurrect his flopped career.
CHRIS BROWN V. WENDY WILLIAMS – On Friday’s episode (9/11/09) of THE WENDY WILLIAMS SHOW, host Wendy Williams responds to today’s “tweet” from R&B star and former Rihanna flame Chris Brown (whose Twitter name is Mechanical Dummy). According to Williams, Brown told followers that when he arrived at JFK, that, “one of the guyz looked like wendy williams or was it the other way around….lol.” Not willing to let that one slide without a response, Williams, who was taping her talk show when the Brown tweet went ’round the world, used her television platform to set the record straight. Commenting on the tweet, she said…”in other words, he’s calling me a man. Well you know, at least if I was a man then I would spend my time bullying other men, perhaps, and not..women.”
Taped live in New York, The Wendy Williams Show combines the latest buzz and hot topics with a diverse mix of celebrities from the arenas of film, music, sports and television. Williams’ bold personality and irreverent and witty commentary on life make for a groundbreaking talk format that entertains viewers and quenches their thirst for honest, enlightening and entertaining television. A successful radio personality and author, Williams’ show delivers even more Wendy to her loyal fan base across the nation and introduces her to an even broader audience. Whether she is offering real advice during her “Ask Wendy” segments, providing her take on the latest headlines during the always surprising “Hot Topics,” or getting up close and personal with headline makers, celebrities or everyday people, Williams’ fresh approach and love of life and laughter shines through in every hour.
Source: Christine DeJoy | Ferencomm.com