Fans Bash Wendy Williams After She Accuses Blac Chyna of Being Homeless: ‘Wendy Really Needs Help’

Wendy Williams recently became a “hot topic” on social media following her allegations against Blac Chyna.

The guest made a speech presentation during the day making a number of claims about Chyna’s live situation on her show, Wendy Williams Exhibition. Although she has not specifically named Williams, she appears to have addressed the claims on social media.

Wendy Williams will be attending the 2019 40th Annual NYWIFT Muse Awards at the New York Hilton Midtown on December 10, 2019 in New York City./Blac Chyna will be attending the 92nd Annual Academy Awards at Hollywood and the Highlands on February 09, 2020 in Hollywood, California.
Wendy Williams and Blac Chyna | Manny Carabel / Getty Images, Amy Sussman / Getty Images

Williams and Chyna have a troubled relationship that also includes Chyna’s mother, Tokyo Toni.

Blac Chyna fans have criticized Wendy Williams’ claims that she has’ no living space ‘

At a section on her show, Williams sat down with entertainment journalist Devyn Simone on November 16, 2020. The two went on a number of topics when ex Chyna, rapper Tyga, came up. According to Simone, Tyga is charged with landlord for unpaid rent and property damage. Recent news reminded us that Williams had received a number of text messages from Chyna regarding accommodation.

From the time they were out together, Williams and Chyna’s mother, Toni, fell out after Williams talked about Toni’s conflict with Chyna. During several episodes of Chyna’s show, The Real Blac Chyna, the two mothers-in-law argued several times, which Williams criticized.

Following Williams’ comments about her relationship with her daughter, Toni accused Williams of substance abuse while attending LA Pride. Toni said Williams told her, “I need to go to the bathroom,” at a busy time at the event.

“B * tches in Hollywood do this, I trust they do. They have the best design drugs out here, ”said Toni Armon Wiggins Exhibition.

How to get help: In the US, contact Administration of Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services helpline at 1-800-662-4357

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