Lately Wendy Williams has been telling all of her own personal business to promote her new Lifetime biopic movie “Wendy Williams” that dropped at the end of January.
Most recently she dropped a bombshell when she claimed to have had a one night stand with Wu-Tang Clan superstar Method Man.
“I smoked a blunt … with Method Man while I gave him a bath and it was a one-night stand,” Williams, said. “He’ll deny it, maybe not.”
If you recall, Method Man famously spoke about his disgust of Williams 14-years ago after the television host publicly disclosed Smith’s health issues.
Tamika Smith, wife to Method Man, has shared an extended statement in response to claims Wendy Williams made about her husband.
As you may recall, Williams recounted an alleged one-night stand with Method Man last week, telling DJ Suss One in an interview the Power Book II: Ghost star was “still very angry” at her.
In a statement shared by many blogs on Monday, Smith slammed Williams, saying she “has proven again and again that she is incapable of any decency.” Smith also said Williams has an “obsession” with her and Method Man’s lives.
See the full statement below:
“In an obvious attempt to increase ratings for her sad biopic, her struggling TV show, and her burnt-out career, Wendy has once again targeted my husband,” she said. “It’s a pattern that she has repeated for years.” According to Smith, Williams also never offered an apology over violating her right to privacy over the aforementioned cancer diagnosis.
“It was clear that she was sick, and that she was struggling with a lot of issues including self-hate and low self-esteem,” Smith said. “Over the years those issues have made her increasingly ugly, both inside and out. And no amount of plastic surgery can fix the ugliness inside of her.”
I could’ve sworn that Karrine Steffans talked about her sexual liaisons with Method Man back in the day, inside that one Groupie Tales book that made her famous.
However, she didn’t exactly say Method Man’s name.
As to the statement, calling Wendy Williams “burnt-out” as if that woman isn’t a living legend in her field, and still at the top of her game,” makes Smith’s statement irrelevant for me.
You can call Wendy messy and all types of things, but you can’t come for that woman’s career. Especially when you’ve sat at home your whole life, and haven’t done anything to make a name for yourself in society, other than marry a man who has.
It’s okay to clap back. Just clap back correctly.