About Wendy Williams
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Wendy Williams is a famous American broadcaster and media personality. Previously, she hosted the television talk show The Wendy Williams Show and even worked as a Radio Jockey. She was born on 18 July 1964, in Asbury Park, New Jersey, United States and is 56 years old as of 2021. She earns almost $10 million a year and now her net worth sits at $40 million.
Who is Wendy Williams Dating
Back in 2019, Wendy posted a picture of herself and a man by the pool captioning it, “Last night was the most beautiful sunset in Sherman Oaks with special people. Thank you, California! You’ve won me over! I’ll be back for the Hip Hop Festival in August!”. Although the face of the man was not clear in the picture, fans suspect him to be DJ Boof, the house DJ for The Wendy Williams Show.
He was also seen riding a car with Wendy in a video posted on TMZ. Williams has even labeled her secret companion a “very sexy man” and called herself “old enough to be your mother.” She tried to baffle the fans by confessing that she was having a “double date” with Boof and Breakfast Club radio host Charlamagne tha God. However, the latter came forward to clear all speculations.
Wendy Williams and Kevin Hunter
Wendy was previously married to Kevin Hunter, for over two decades. They got married in 1997 and divorced in 2019. In an interview, Williams said, “I don’t regret meeting Kevin, I don’t regret falling in love, I don’t regret staying with him for all 25 years, 21 of them married.” The couple had a son in 2000, named Kevin Hunter Jr.
Talking about her ex-husband, Kevin and the cause of their separation, Wendy said, “Kevin was a serial cheat. Kevin had a major indiscretion that he will have to deal with for the rest of his life. An indiscretion that I will not deal with, I never thought that I would be in this position. I am a very forgiving person but there’s one thing that I could never be a part of, and that one thing happened. …Kevin has a daughter.”
Later, in an interview, Kevin confessed that he is “going through a time of self-reflection” and is “trying to right some wrongs.”
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