Wendy Williams has done it again with the controversial remarks.
Wendy Williams is once again making headlines, but this time it's not directed at a specific person but rather a movement that involves numerous victims of sexual assault. On Wendy's latest segment of her self-titled talk show, R. Kelly came up when she was discussing Hot Topics.
Wendy was mentioning how another movement has started that is aiming to remove R. Kelly from the music industry amid the raise in awareness with #MeToo and #TimesUp.
“What is this 10 years too late,” she questioned, in the video below. She went on to explain how the whole idea is simply not going to work because "black people aren't really good at protesting." Contrary to what she said, the women who are leading the protest have already cancelled eight of his shows and are trying to get his upcoming New York show cancelled as well. She adds how R. Kelly isn't involved with #MeToo because Aaliyah volunteered to marry him when she was only 15-years-old. “This has nothing to do with #MeToo, R. Kelly is just a very, very sick man.”
Later on in the video, Wendy simply stated how she's "sick of this #MeToo movement." Her audience doesn't give her the reaction that she may have been looking for as she seemingly tried to backpedal on what she said. “I love that people are speaking up for the first time and speaking out and everything, but now it's got, I look at all men like you're a #MeToo, all of them, all of them, which is not fair."