“[Russell] do exactly what [Ciara] tell him to do…He not being a man in that position, He not tellin’ her…Don’t even talk to him. I’m your husband! You better not even bring Future’s name up!’ If that was me, she couldn’t even bring his name up. She know that.”
On Twitter, Nokia posted a video of herself listening to “7 rings” and then her own song “Mine,” from her mixtape 1992. She then says, “Does that sound familiar to you? ’Cause that sound really familiar to me,” continuing, “Ain’t that the lil song I made about brown women and their hair? Hmmm… sounds about white.” Princess Nokia also retweeted a tweet that suggested “[Ariana Grande]’s new album literally plagiarizes flows, words, bars from Nokia.”
Over a week ago it was reported, Variety is reporting Wendy won’t return until January 21.
“As she has for the past 10 years, Wendy delivers an incomparable live talk show day in and day out and we want to give her the best opportunity to heal and recover,” Debmar-Mercury co-presidents Mort Marcus and Ira Bernstein said. “Wendy has our complete and unwavering support and we look forward to her return to the iconic purple chair.”
Change of plans….
Wendy Williams’ family shares an update states on Wendy’s well-being on social media.
As Wendy Williams Hunter previously shared, she fractured her shoulder and has been on the mend. Over the past few days, Wendy has experienced complications regarding her Graves’ Disease that will require treatment. Wendy will be under the strict supervision of her physicians, and as part of her care, there will be significant time spent in the hospital. Despite her strong desire to return, she is taking a necessary, extended break from her show to focus on her personal and physical well-being. Wendy thanks everyone in advance for their well-wishes and for respecting her and The Hunter Family’s privacy during this time.
Statement from Debmar-Mercury For over ten years, Wendy has been a vital part of the Debmar-Mercury family. We wholeheartedly support Wendy in this decision to take the time she needs and we will welcome her back with open arms the moment she is ready.
The Wendy Williams Show will air repeat episodes the week of January 21st and will produce original episodes with a variety of hosts starting the week of January 28th
This week the 58-year-old comedian Kathy Griffin lashed out at him for failing to have her back…
“Oh GREAT Don,” she tweeted. “I will never forgive you for your nasty tweet the day my smear campaign started. You know it was a f–king smear campaign and you have never taken a moment to apologize. Some liberal you are. Yes, my memory is long my ex friend. Shame on you. I kept a list. Fear me.”
“You don’t remember?” she tweeted. “Look up your tweets from May 30, 2017 or May 31. You. Of all people. Just another Hollywood movie star phony. You really had a problem with my photo? U don’t know a smear campaign from the oval office, the tabloids, the actual news, two federal investigations?”
I have no idea. It kind of came out of the blue. It had to do with the fact that she got in trouble for the Trump head thing. Correct. We weren’t friends. I’m not dissing her like we’re not friends but I didn’t — Maybe she thought you were a friend on Twitter or Facebook. No, I met her on a plane and we had a conversation and then that happened and people commented and I literally tweeted that picture though with an emoji, cringe face, and that was it. That was enough to trigger her. All I think she felt she didn’t get enough support. Somebody was walking by me in a restaurant and said I hate her too. I was like, hate her too? I didn’t say I hate her. I don’t know her. She’s not my friend. Also, let’s move on from this.
Katelyn Ohashi, a 21-year-old senior, said she faced body shaming since the age of 14.
“In the gym, outside of the gym, on the internet, so it’s something that you can never really escape,” Ohashi, 21, said Thursday on “Good Morning America.” “As a 14-year-old, it’s kind of hard to cope with, because you’re still developing as a person, and so everything really impacts you.”
In addition to the support of her coach at UCLA, Valorie Kondos Field, Ohashi has learned to use poetry to help her cope.
According to Soulja, Dex originally came to LA and had a meeting at his house during which SOD Money Gang moves were discussed. “And after you left you went and signed with Rich the Kid, na,” Soulja said. “Famous Dex, stop playing with me, na. Na, you fake, na. You ain’t no real n***a. You a bitch.”
Soulja then proceeded to call Dex a “junkie” multiple times. “I put you on, you ungrateful ass little crackhead,” he said. “Fuck is wrong with you, na? You a fuckin’ junkie, na. When you left my house, you left, like, a 100 x pills on the ground. You a fuckin’ junkie, foamin’ out the side of your mouth.”
Following a solo response from Dex, the two then upgraded the argument to a livestreamed back-and-forth during which they both screamed into the camera.