NEWS | THE VERY MUCH CONTROVERSIAL WENDY WILLIAMS ONCE SUGGESTED BEYONCE AND JAY Z PAID RACHEL ROY TO BE PART OF 'LEMONADE' DRAMA.

Everyone may have been sipping on the lemonade Beyoncé was serving in 2016, but not Wendy Williams the queen of controversy.

Williams who is known for sharing her unfiltered opinions about specific topics on her popular television show, The Wendy Williams Show didnt hold it back on Bey Shortly after the release of the Queen's highly anticipated album, Lemonade, Williams sounded off on the whole "Becky with the good hair" drama by suggesting Bey and Jay used Rachel Roy as a marketing ploy to sell more records.

During her "Hot Topic" segment, the famed daytime television host doesn't hold anything back as she shares whatever is on her mind, even if it's controversial.

Early this month, Williams claimed influencer Blac Chyna was homeless, which prompted a swift retort from the model herself, who responded to the talk show host's comment on her Instagram Story.


In February 2020, she seemingly mocked Drew Carrey's ex-fiancée's tragic death, which she was heavily criticized for.

Though Williams often gets called out for her controversial comments surrounding celebrities, that hasn't deterred her from telling it like it is on her show.

But her ongoing statements about one celebrity, in particular, has come at a major cost as she's received plenty of criticism and detractors over the years.

Wendy is no stranger to making shocking remarks about singer Beyoncé.

One of the first controversial statements she made about Bey occurred in 2012 when she called out one of the singer's mannerisms on The Wendy Williams Show.

While sitting in front of a live studio audience in her infamous purple chair, the talk show host discussed the Grammy winner's upcoming HBO documentary Life Is But a Dream.

Williams shared that she was planning on tuning in but said she would have to use closed captioning while watching the film to clearly understand the hitmaker.

"I am a Beyoncé fan. I'm gonna watch her upcoming documentary because fortunately one of the TVs in our kitchen has closed captioning, so I'll be able to understand what she says," she said. "You know Beyoncé can't talk. She sounds like she has a fifth-grade education."

Watch the controversial statement here   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mYNdjYUzNYE&feature=youtu.be
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