Wendy Willaims’ Former DJ Speaks Out About Speak Present Host’s Erratic Conduct: ‘This Is Going To Play Out Unhealthy’
Wendy Williams worried her fans this past Friday with her erratic behavior on the show. Her former friend and longtime DJ just spoke out about what’s going on and although he didn’t address it directly — it doesn’t seem good.
During Friday’s show, Wendy stumbled over her words, took long pauses, and appeared to be spaced out. Her staffers that appear on camera alongside her, Suzanne and Norman, were trying their best to carry the show.
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When Wendy’s new season first premiered there was a notable difference — no more DJ Boof. It was odd that she would suddenly switch out the DJ that she spent plenty of time off-camera with another radio DJ who goes by Suss One.
DJ Boof definitely has his own side of the story which he alluded to on an Instagram Live but he didn’t go into detail. All he would say is that he doesn’t have the tea — he has the coffee.
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Boof commented his own thoughts to a follower that questioned Wendy’s odd behavior.
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‘Y’all have no idea what’s really going on and everyone there is afraid to speak up because they don’t wanna lose their jobs.. this is going to play out bad.. i feel sorry for the workers and victims,’ his comment was screenshotted by The Jasmine Brand.
Blogger B. Scott has also collected inside intel about the situation going on behind-the-scenes.
A source told Scott: ‘Because of COVID, the staff sits in the audience every show, and they’re constantly worried she’s going to pass out on the air like before. Some days it’s so bad, the producers will pull the plug and air a repeat. But It’s a big production and they can’t keep wasting money like that.’
The article went on to say that everyone on the staff is worried but are at a loss as to what to do.