Wendy Williams Takes Break From Healing To Let You Know Her Family Is “All Good” Amid Rumors, “Negativity”
Wendy Williams hasn’t been back to her signature purple chair since before the Christmas holiday, and in the time that she’s been gone, there have been a lot of questions. They’ve specifically surrounded her health, as her extended leave from The Wendy Williams Show is supposedly about helping her take the time to deal with complications from Graves’ disease. But there have also been questions about her marriage, whether or not husband Kevin Hunter had something to do with her health issues, and if it’s true that he allegedly impregnated his rumored long-time mistress. Well, Williams has heard those questions, and she wants her fans to know that everything is good. Everything.
At least that’s what Nick Cannon says.
The 38-year-old is taking over to host the show this week from Monday through Wednesday, and he wanted to share an update on Williams with Wendy watchers.
“Honestly, I didn’t know what to expect at first,” he said about their recent phone call. “But her spirit was so big, it was so amazing.”
“And you know what was also really awesome? I had a conversation with her and her whole family and she said she wanted to speak as a family unit. Her, I talked to Kevin, little Kevin, they said they all good,” he added. “The love and the passion is still there ’cause that’s what you need in times like this is your family to stick together with you.”
Cannon said that Williams was choosing to focus on getting better and opting not to let the rumors and “negativity” get to her. Just recently, people speculated that Hunter could have something to do with the stress fracture in her shoulder. And Hunter’s mother-in-law spoke to the National Enquirer, claiming she saw her son put his hands on Williams. He did also put the house that he reportedly shared with his alleged mistress on the market. But Williams doesn’t want to hear any of that.
“She said have fun but don’t get too comfortable because I’m coming back!”