Wendy Williams went on a four-minute rant about Chris Brown during a recent episode of her daily talk show. Along with calling the singer a “woman beater” and “junkie,” the TV personality said Breezy was out of place for mentioning Jay Z in his interview for the October 14th issue of Jet.
As we reported earlier, Chris told the magazine that he doesn’t understand why Jay Z “gets a pass” in the media even though he sold drugs and stabbed a man back in 2001.
Anybody with a voice – Tupac, Michael Jackson, the Notorious B.I.G. – gets formatted…except maybe for Jay Z, who is accepted by White America because he shakes hands and kisses babies. No disrespect, because I’m a fan, but nobody brings up the fact that [Jay Z] stabbed somebody and sold drugs. He gets a pass.
Well, in typical Wendy Williams fashion, she responded and went in!
“Chris is blaming his rocky relationship with the media on racism. He says that Jay Z is one of the few black artists who seems to get treated fairly by the media,” she said on her live studio audience. “You are less than smart for trying to blame Jay Z. You need to blame yourself young man. You’re a woman beater, you’re disrespectful, you threw a chair out of the window of “Good Morning America”…what ever happened to that cute young man that used to dance for the Doublemint gum? What ever happened to him?”
“Now I get it, all boys grow up,” she continued. “A boy grows into a man, but you look like a junkie. That’s what I’m gonna say. You’ve got those nasty tattoos, you’re way too skinny. You don’t seem to have respect for much at all. You beat the stew out of Rihanna and you’re with that Koochie Crayon right now. I gotta tell you something, Rihanna is good but the Rihanna she’s become is a little too edgy if you’re looking to change around your image and you want to be treated the way Jay Z [is treated].”
“Why don’t you go out with a nice girl named Mallory or something,” she suggested. “It helps Jay Z’s image that Jay Z is very cognizant of his image, but it also helps a lot that he’s with a nice girl named Sasha Fierce.”