Talk show queen Wendy Williams opened up about the offensive rumors that have plagued her throughout her storied career.
In an interview with ABC, Wendy said she is not offended when people say she was born a man.
“People do think I was born a man,” Wendy said. “That is absolutely not [true]. I get it. I’ve got a strong face, a strong body, I’m 5-11. I wear wigs.”
The 49-year-old married mother of one says being a strong woman helped her to overstand the rumors.
“There’s no worse way to insult a woman than by saying she looks like a man, but once a woman gets over that, there is no stronger woman.”
From Page Six:
The daytime talk show host will perform stand-up comedy as part of “Lipshtick” in Las Vegas on July 18. As part of her set, she’ll address her tough childhood.
“I had a very tortured childhood,” said Williams. “I was tortured, they fat-shamed me … So, I want to talk about growing up. I want to answer the big question about the boobs. People know they are breast implants, but a lot of people, I read and see, ‘You’ve lost so much weight now, you need a breast reduction.’ I will answer you straight and direct, if you are in Vegas.”