'Hope she's ok': Wendy Williams' BIZARRE behavior at NYC strip club sparks concern among fans
Disturbed fans were quick to notice Williams' strange behavior during a wild party at the 'Starlets NYC' strip club in Queens
Wendy Williams has been in the headlines constantly ever since she took a break from 'The Wendy Williams Show' due to some health problems. The TV host recently sparked even more concern after a video showed her behaving bizarrely at a strip club. According to The Sun, Williams was recently spotted celebrating the birthday of her manager Will Shelby at 'Starlets NYC', a strip club in Queens, New York City.
An attendee of the party shared a video of the celebrity on TikTok, where she can be seen wide-eyed, capturing a video of other club-goers. Netizens were quick to notice that there was something wrong with Williams and commented on the video about the same. One user commented, "Oh lord, what's going on with miss Wendy," while another comment read, "Hope she's ok."
Williams was spotted in several pictures shared by Shelby on his Instagram. However, it seems that the manager removed those pictures from the social media platform after they went viral. While some netizens also thought that Williams was looking good that particular night, one person quickly responded, "No she doesn't, she looks strung out with a smile..."
Recently, in an interview with the Sun, Shelby shared that Williams has not been fully herself these days, especially after losing her "purple seat" on 'The Wendy Williams Show'. The show was called off after running for 13 long years. Williams hosted 13 seasons of the famous TV show but was unable to return for the last one because of her ill health. Several guest hosts came in to fill her place while she was missing in action. However, after much discussion, 'The Wendy William Show' finally got canceled and was replaced by a new show hosted by Sherri Shepherd named 'Sherri'.
Williams started her career in the radio industry in the 1980s and soon earned the name of 'shock jockette' and then stepped into the world of television. She also tried her hands at deejaying at stations in Washington, New York City, and Philadelphia. She was also honored with the Best On-Air Radio Personality in 1993 by Billboard. Over time, Williams had created a huge loyal fan base. However, she is now struggling with several issues. Her manager had also shown concern for her mental state and also admitted that she had been struggling with drinking problems and drug addiction.
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