Wendy Williams Flaunts Hot Body, Tells Haters to Back Off (PHOTO)

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  • 49-year-old talk show host Wendy Williams wants you to know she is one hot mama!

    Williams posted the photo below on Instagram with the message, “I know it’s FREEZING, but I’ll be BACK TOMORROW with all NEW SHOWS and JUICY, JUICY#HOTTOPICS…get ready…I AM!!! Happy New Year!”

    WEndy-Body

    After posting the photo, many accused the star of posting a photo of someone else’s body. But, the TV personality quickly responded via her TV show explaining that she eats well, exercises, and her distinct belly tattoo should prove that is her body!

    How do you think Wendy looks?

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    21 thoughts on “Wendy Williams Flaunts Hot Body, Tells Haters to Back Off (PHOTO)

    1. She looks terrible with that blonde/red horse hair. I can’t stand a black woman with blonde/red unnaturally colored hair. Such a woman goes off my list. What is in the mind is expressed by behavior! No self-hating black racists for me!

      • I guess when non-blacks braid, or lock their hair, they hate themselves, as well.

        What else aren’t AA women allowed to do, Mr. Keeper of the Black Race?

        • “I said it”, two expressions come to mind with respect to you and with respect to Wendy Williams and her hair. Those expressions are 1. the Hippocratic oath that includes “First, do no harm” and 2. “You’re either a part of the solution or you’re a part of the problem”. I see her hair “expression” as doing harm and as being a part of the problem. Ditto for your expression as voiced here. If the goal is the uplifting of black/African/African American people, I cannot see how her hair actions or your comments contribute to that goal. On the other hand, it’s easy for me to see how her hair actions and your comments work against that goal. Both her hair “actions” and your comments are “doing harm” and are “part of the problem”.

        • You failed to answer the question, but hey, that’s your prerogative… Like A A women dying THEIR HAIR, or adding to it.

          I never hear men from other races telling women of other races similar comments, but their is the delusion that AA need to have their entire lives orchestrated from head to toe.

          Dean, you want to tell Black people what race they are and aren’t and how to wear their hair. You are indeed, the keeper of the race. How much does that job pay?

        • African American women can do what they want. Women of other ethnic groups can do what they want. I don’t question their right to do certain acts. I question their wisdom and judgment to do certain acts. As far as other ethnic groups go, I remind you that a rich man can spend more than a poor man so to compare a group that’s at the bottom to one at the top (or at least not at the bottom) fails to hit the mark. To compare a group that has gone through 350 years of slavery and 100 years of Jim Crow to one that has not fails to hit the mark. To compare a group that is swims through racism from morning to night (with negatives espoused about their hair, their lips, their skin and their eyes on TV, music videos, movies, etc. ) with other groups (especially one where their hair, their lips, their skin and their eyes are held up as the standard and the preferred on TV, music videos, movies, etc.) misses the mark.

          The question that I’m concerned about and that you failed to address is ““I said it”, two expressions come to mind with respect to you and with respect to Wendy Williams and her hair. Those expressions are 1. the Hippocratic oath that includes “First, do no harm” and 2. “You’re either a part of the solution or you’re a part of the problem”. I see her hair “expression” as doing harm and as being a part of the problem. Ditto for your expression as voiced here. If the goal is the uplifting of black/African/African American people, I cannot see how her hair actions or your comments contribute to that goal. On the other hand, it’s easy for me to see how her hair actions and your comments work against that goal. Both her hair “actions” and your comments are “doing harm” and are “part of the problem”.” Again, when it comes to uplifting black/African/African American people, your comments and her “hair” actions are part of the problem for it’s impossible for your comments or her “hair” actions to be part of the solution.

          In fact, I suggest that you look at all of your actions and determine if they are part of the problem or part of the solution. (Of course, if you did, you wouldn’t have made them previously. But there’s always room for improvement.) You have and continue to fail to exercise wisdom.

        • Thank you all wise keeper of the race. When I make moves I consider first, if God will be offended. If he’s good, I’m good. Life is too short to waddle in causes and worry about every Tom, Dick, and Dean’s prejudices, hang ups, and agenda.

          Wisdom comes from above, not Dean. Be extra blessed…it’s a gorgeous day outside!

        • I said it, your responses reveal you to be stupid and foolish. I want to “accent the positive, eliminate the negative, step up with the affirmative and don’t mess around with Mr. In Between.” You want to excuse the negative and perpetuate it. You lack wisdom and the world is better off if you keep your unwise opinions to yourself!

        • It’s laughable how easily an impudent person, such as yourself, can be driven to madness. What have you done today to make your life richer? I’ve gone to the movies, enjoyed two meals with my family, listened to good music, spent alone time with my husband, etc. What have you done besides fume?

          What have you done for “the cause” of AA’s this week? I’ve mentored several teenagers and made sure my own kids were well- behaved and doing well in school. Talk is cheap, bull%$*# and rhetoric runs a marathon. Be about something that’s going to matter twenty years from now. How AA women wear their hair, who they date, and how much White, or Black blood they have won’t. And by the way, the people at the blood bank say that all of it is red.

        • “I said it”, I’ve read your comments, which again are stupid and foolish–well at least your ideas as expressed are. You are negative and a part of the problem. If you want to “contribute”, don’t double down on stupid and foolish. Just please keep your stupid ideas to yourself.

    2. Get real people she does look great, people do hate, she should be applauded not attacked. It’s so sad when we just can’t give her props unbelievable

      • Thanks. It doesn’t matter what you think of someone, if that person deserves props in an area, you should be able to give them that without feeling a certain way. Her body has nothing to do with her wig, her gossiping, etc. She’s an older lady who has a tight body. If she can do it, it can be done. That’s how I look at the success of others.

      • No way in hell would Big foot not be looking straight at that camera if it were her. No way is that Windy. Her face looks more like a side shot of Dennis Rodman. Like I said previously, Windy needs to top playin’

    3. I’d have to see the feet to know for sure, just judging from the face and the skin texture, I’d have to say Sasquatch hired a body double. And as for the tat, anyone can get a temporary. Windy needs to top playing.

    4. What Wendy does not realize is that the hate and/or indifference people have with her has nothing to do with her body ( no matter how good she thinks she looks in this picture) It has more to do with her as a person. Wendy Williams has been the most Vile, Hateful, Mean Spirited perosn in the talk industry. She started out as a gossip columnist by gaining people’s confidence and after doing so spilled their personal business all over the airwaves for personal gain. She has crept around in the lowest of lows over the years with no regard to the damage sshe has ever done do anyone. There is a “creepy” Uncle Sam add as a commerical where Uncle Sam rises up between a woman thinking she is at the doctors office to get an exam. That, is Wendy and how she operates. She is disgustingly zealous in her ambitions to tear peolple down. The fact that she was awared a TV show for doing so shows the whoorish nature of Talk Show television. Regardless of how she makes herself over on the outisde, her insides are still like Dorian Gray’s portrait.

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