According to a report by HollywoodLife, Wendy Williams's foreign husband, Kevin Hunter, who was once an executive producer on her show, was inadvertently involved in Wendy's feud with the infamous Instagram troll, 50 Cent, who loves to poke and produce other celebrities and entertainers on his social media.
According to Wendy, Wendy is trying her best to remain as mature as possible regarding social media tango. Apparently, 50 Cent and Wendy have fought publicly for some time now, including for personal reasons, such as being divorced and having to live in a sober living house.
Recently, 50 Cent referred to Wendy as "lazy" In order to never leave the house or attend red carpet gatherings. Wendy allegedly claims that 50 Cent has the fun of her at this time was incredibly disrespectful, especially considering that the whole matter has been traumatic for her.
A source that spoke to the outlet claimed Wendy has no plans to correspond to 50 cent's comments on social media. Moreover, the fact that he is shooting at her when she is in the midst of personal crises, is incredibly cheap and petty, and she does not even want to answer.
An insider who spoke to the outlet claimed Wendy understands that she is a fair game to talk about, especially given that she has been joking about other people's personal problems over the years. In fact, she has created a whole career out of it.
In addition, Wendy has criticized 50 Cent many times in his Hot Topics segment, including for his personal life. Now, 50 Cent is trying to capitalize on this moment's vulnerability. Probably in his eyes it is just fair.
In March, Wendy admitted to living in a sober living house and 50 Cent wrote an unimaginable picture of her and said, "I knew something was up to this b * tch. It was drugs." a break from his eponymous TV show.
Like most people, 50 Cent has earned a reputation for itself as the kind of guy who loves to poker fun with others. While some hate him for it, many people on social media love it. Perhaps his most famous and long-running feud with rapper Ja Rule, who was involved in the Fyre Festival debacle in 2017.