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Back in 2008 when she was riding high on radio and itching closer and closer to her current job, Wendy Williams found herself in the midst of a controversy involving her husband, Kevin Hunter. A producer of “The Wendy Williams Experience” sued him for sexual assault.

While currently touring the nation in promotion of the new season of her daytime talk show, Wendy Williams was asked about that suit by a personality at Bay Area Radio Station Wild 94.9. As notes, before Wendy could answer the question about that suit, her husband promptly stepped in and said ‘No.

When Wendy did respond, she said:

“If there was any of the above, we wouldn’t be sitting here right now. No, absolutely not. People will always, for the rest of my life, throw darts at my situation. They will throw — and we explained this to our son — they will throw them at him, they’ve thrown them at me in my entire career, my husband. He know what he was getting involved with, but it takes a special kind of man to be with a ‘Wendy Williams.’”

Wendy was also forthcoming about her old beef with Diddy, who back in the 1990s was believed to have had her fired from her job at Hot 97 in retaliation to commentary she made about him on air.

On her relationship with Diddy now:

“I’m over it. I’m over it in a good way and he’s also over it. We’ve seen each other socially and that may be something you see this season on the show. Sometimes you need absolute growth and supreme peace in your own life and make peace with people that you didn’t even want to be in the same room with.  That’s where I am right now.”

You can catch the interview below:



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