Wendy Williams is all smiles for the TV cameras and the paparazzi, but in private she is boiling with anger and frustration over the cheating scandal involving her husband, Kevin Hunter.
Last week, it was revealed via The Daily Mail that Mr. Hunter was having a decade-long affair with Sharina Hudson.
The pair is reportedly living in a mansion just miles away from Williams’ home.
The publication unveiled a series of pictures that showed Hunter leaving the residence with Hudson who sported a large engagement ring.
The host of The Wendy Williams Show used a segment on her program to blast the rumors.
The mother of one with the larger than life personality flashed her million dollar ring and said: “I am a straight shooter, Pow-Pow! … It is weird doing ‘Hot Topics’ and being a hot topic.It is some sort of weird story going around the Internet regarding my husband. You can believe what you want, but… I stand by my guy. We commuted this morning.”
She went on to say: “All is well in Hunterville. Don’t believe the hype and if there was hype, believe me, you — I would let you know. I will be following this story, so I guess I will have to watch to find out what happens.”
A source close to the former radio host said it is eating her inside to be embroiled in this mess.
The chatty pal said: “Wendy is putting on a very brave face for the cameras, but behind the scenes she is furious. She cannot believe that Kevin would put her in a situation like this, and she is utterly mortified. Kevin swears blind that he was not romantically involved with Sharina, but he is cheated on her before, so Wendy cannot help thinking there’s some truth to the reports. They already had trust issues, and this latest scandal has just added more fuel to the fire.”
The source added: “Wendy has made it crystal clear to Kevin that he is skating on very thin ice right now, and if he puts a foot wrong then their marriage is over. The last thing Wendy wants is to go through another painful divorce, but there’s no way she is going to be publicly disrespected like this.”
For a so-called straight shooter, this confusion cannot be good for business.