During the “Hot Topics” portion of The Wendy Williams Show on Tuesday, the talk show host addressed a recent report alleging that she had struck up a romance with her close friend,Robyn Crawford.
“In between commercials, I go on the googler-schmoogler and I go to Radar Online — speaking of how you doing — and I see that Rob Shuter, [producer] Norman, did you see that? He’s insinuating thatsomething romanticalis going on between me and Robyn Crawford,” Williams explained. “Look, Mr. Short Arms, friend of the show though, I am no lesbian.”
“I like women for friendship; I like men and I like the D,” she continued. “First of all, I’m not down with that, with all due respect to the lesbians. Second of all, Robyn is really married, she’s got kids and I’m not a homewrecker.”
The report surfaced shortly afterCrawford stopped by Williams’ showearlier this month, where she opened up about the late Whitney Houston. Crawford claims she had a physical relationship with Houston in the ’80s, which she also discusses in her newly released memoir, A Song for You: My Life With Whitney Houston.
Williams also made headlines on Monday, for saying that it’s “unforgivable” thatTaylor Swiftnow has more American Music Awards than Michael Jackson.
“Prince, Madonna, Michael Jackson… she’s the queen of the American Music Awards,” Williams said. “Michael had 24, Taylor’s [now] got 29. Now when you think about that, and Artist of the Decade? Is she who’s been firing you up for the last 10 years?”
“But you know what? I think that taste has cheapened through the years in a lot of things,” she added. “The quality of clothes we buy, they get tattered and torn real quick, the quality of food we buy, we’re being poisoned by a lot of crap. Just life, in general, I think, has cheapened and I don’t mean this in a bad way to Taylor, I’m just — it’s unbelievable. Like, I appreciate her, butArtist of the Decade?”
In addition to Swift breaking records at the AMAs over the weekend, she also delivered anepic medley of her hits, including “Lover,” “Blank Space” and “I Knew You Were Trouble.