One of Wendy Williams’ most talked about feuds is with Grammy-winner Beyoncé.
Williams is understood for her sizzling tackle points about stars on The Wendy Williams Show. Throughout her profession, Williams began a number of feuds with influential figures resembling Whitney Houston, Blac Chyna, and Kris Jenner.
Before she aired The Wendy Williams Show in 2008, Williams had a profitable radio trade profession.
Wendy Williams criticized Beyoncé’s talking voice on ‘The Wendy Williams Show’
In February 2012, Williams known as out one in all Beyoncé’s mannerisms on The Wendy Williams Show. As Williams sat in her purple chair in entrance of her viewers, the tv character discussed Beyoncé’s newest enterprise. At the time, Beyoncé’s followers had been gearing up for her upcoming documentary, Beyoncé: Life Is But a Dream. Williams shared that she deliberate on watching the doc, which aired on HBO. During the dialogue, Williams revealed that she would view the film the place she may clearly perceive Beyoncé.
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“I’m watching because, fortunately, one of the TVs in our kitchen has closed captioning. So, I’ll be able to understand what she says,” Williams informed her viewers. “You know Beyoncé can’t talk. Beyoncé sounds like she has a fifth-grade education. She can’t talk.”
Wendy Williams acquired feedback from Beyoncé’s followers after saying she appears like she has a ‘fifth-grade education’
After her taping of The Wendy Williams Show aired, Beyoncé nor her group discussed the matter additional. However, Williams acquired a number of critiques for her feedback on YouTube. Several of Beyoncé’s followers defended her towards Williams. Others, although, shared that they didn’t suppose Williams’ statements had been inaccurate. Some even stated that Williams’ feedback are why Beyoncé stopped doing public interviews.
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“I hate how people are degrading Beyoncé for not being a great public speaker. Many people feel shy and can’t articulate their thoughts the right way when speaking with a stranger like an interviewer. They get nervous and forget what they’re saying. People act like they don’t get anxiety when they talk to other people worrying if they’re going to mess words up. So annoying,” one fan wrote beneath the YouTube video.
“How does Beyoncé sound like she had a 5th Grade education? If she had a 5th Grade education she wouldn’t be able to deliver speeches at any event. Anyway, I am neither a fan, not a hater of Beyoncé. My point is, don’t assume about someone when you don’t know them personally. There is a bad and good side of every individual,” one other consumer chimed in.
“I don’t like Wendy, but she’s right,” one consumer admitted.
“You can thank her. Now Beyoncé doesn’t do interviews,” a fourth fan stated.
Wendy Williams additionally criticized Beyoncé for discussing her marriage with Jay-Z in ‘Lemonade’
Although Williams shared in 2012 that she’s a fan of Beyoncé’s, the daytime host additional criticized the “Drunk In Love” singer in 2016. Beyoncé launched her sixth studio album, Lemonade. In the album, Beyoncé bought candid in regards to the ups and downs of her marriage to Jay-Z. Beyoncé’s track, “Sorry,” left music listeners questioning if she referred to Jay’s infidelity. Reports beforehand linked Jay to Rachel Roy throughout his marriage to Beyoncé.
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Williams talked in regards to the album throughout her “Hot Topics” section of The Wendy Williams Show. She stated she didn’t consider the couple had laborious occasions, as Beyoncé portrayed. Additionally, Williams hinted that the couple paid Roy to be concerned within the controversy.
“So Rachel Roy, first of all, you’re not this fighting girl,” Williams started. “Unless you’re on Jay-Z and Beyoncé’s payroll, they usually pay you to combine it up for, I assume gross sales for the Lemonade.”