Wendy Williams says gay men should stop wearing skirts and heels

Wendy Williams Apologizes To The LGBTQ+ Community The Comments That She Made During Her Show- See The Video

Wendy Williams Apologizes To The LGBTQ+ Community The Comments That She Made During Her Show- See The Video

"I will do better", she promised her followers.

Wendy's offensive comments came during the Hot Topics segment at the top of the February 13 episode, when she noticed men in her audience clapping as she mentioned Galentine's Day, the unofficial holiday about women supporting each other. "When he shaves off his mustache, he's got a hairline fracture, he's got one of those-what do you call it?"

Wendy Williams is apologizing after making some controversial comments toward the LBGTQ community that social media users deemed "homophobic". You can do a lot that we do, but I get offended by the idea that we go through something you will never go through. "I deeply apologize", she went on to say while crying. This week, Wendy took aim at gay men, saying they will never go through menstruation like we women do, and to stop wearing our high heels and skirts!

"I don't care if you're gay", she added.

Williams, an Asbury Park native who grew up in Ocean Township, said she often watches in order to critique the show. "I will do better".

Williams' comments drew heavy criticism from the online LGBT community, with Queer Eye star Tan France even launching a #GayHeelsForWendy hashtag. "I did not realize until I got home and I watched the second running of our show here in NY".

What do you think about what Wendy said and the fact that she apologized? "I'm very persnickety about how I do my show, and one thing I can tell you is that I never do my show in a place of malice".

Never a tiresome moment on the Wendy Williams show! It's women going out and getting saucy and then going back home. Williams' comments also caught the attention of Canadian football player Adam Bighill, whose son Beau had just gotten cleft palate fix surgery, and slammed the talk show host by saying she "clearly promotes bullying". "It is so scary coming out here and sitting here by myself with my loose mouth and my slick humor and, you know, I'm by myself".

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