Uh oh! This aint good!
Considering that Wendy Williams made a career from trash talking celebrities, it’s amazing that she issued a cease and desist letter to blogger Sandra Rose over a post she lifted from Facebook about Williams’ allegedly getting high in the studio while she was working as a radio DJ.
Per Sandra Rose:
“Former friend of the blog, daytime talk show maven Wendy Williams, slapped Sandrarose.com with a Cease & Desist on Thursday.
The tersely worded C&D, sent via email, demanded that I immediately remove Wendy’s name and image from my blog.
The confidentiality clause contained within the email prevents me from divulging which material Wendy objected to. Suffice it to say she was unhappy with the content of one of my blog posts that was lifted from Facebook.com.
Wendy retained high powered legal goons from California who waited until the cover of darkness to email the cease & desist around 10 p.m. last night. I assume there are no competent law firms in New York where Wendy lives?
From this day forth Wendy Williams is to be considered persona non grata on this blog.”
In related news, Variety announced last week that “The Wendy Williams Show” has been renewed through the 2019-20 season. This renewal marks a nearly 40 year career in broadcasting for Williams, who gets to continue to diss celebrities on her show through its 11th season. She most recently left Martha Stewart feeling a certain way when she made an appearance on the talk show and the host mentioned her guest’s age, per InTouch.
“You’re a very beautiful woman…and I find it surprising that you’re in your 70s,” Wendy, 51, said.
The author/businesswoman responded to Wendy’s shade by saying, “You don’t have to promote that…I never say how old I am. I don’t feel my age. And I don’t look my age. And I don’t want to be my age. And you should not say my age.”
(Source Cowan: Black Media Scoop)