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Wendy Williams Shades Kim Kardashian and Kanye West, Says Their Love Is Fake

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By Chris Barilla

It seems like Wendy Williams just can't keep herself out of the news as of late. After making several controversial comments about various famous figures over the last few weeks, the 'Wendy Williams Show' host is once again under fire for seemingly attacking the marriage of mogul/television star Kim Kardashian and her musician husband Kanye West. Williams comments have incited​ quite a response across the internet, as most of her statements do, and fans can't seem to make head or tails of where her head is truly at recently.

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During a recent bit on her show, Williams addressed a clip of West and Kardashian that had been circulating online recently. In the clip, you can see West exiting an elavator ahead of his wife, leaving her to fumble with the multitude of bags they were bringing with them.

"You know I love Kim, and I love Kanye and the whole family. But, Kanye is being roasted for leaving Kim in an elevator with a whole bunch of bags. I see no romance in their relationship. Look at him!" The host commented.

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"I’ve met five year olds who would help a woman with their bags and also push the elevator button and keep the elevator open," the host added, criticizing West's behavior towards his wife, which she claims is just an example of how their marriage is often a staged event for the paparazzi.

"There [Kim and Kanye] are, and the only reason, to me, that they were kissing is because it was a glass elevator and probably the cameras. Come on like, ‘let’s stage this.’" Williams said in reference to the footage of Kardashian and West embracing and kissing as they disembarked from a glass elevator.

Kanye West photographed at the 2019 Wall Street Journal Innovator Awards
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This is not the first time Williams has come under fire for her controversial comments. Last week, the talk show host made an ill-timed joke about the death of Drew Carey's ex, Doctor Amie Harwick, who was brutally killed in her home only shortly prior.

When discussing the death of Harwick, she commented, "She was killed not by Drew, but by the ex," followed by a reference to Carey's 'The Price Is Right' catchphrase "come on down!" As she imitated somebody falling to the floor, a reference to Harwick's tragic passing.

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Prior to the recent comments about Kardashian, West, and Harwick, Williams also caught flack for her description of a medical affliction 'Joker' actor Joaquin Phoenix has, a mild clef lip.

"When he shaves that off, and the way he looks at you. And he’s got that good nose, it dips way down. Like he’s happy with it. And when he shaves off his mustache he’s got a hairline fracture. He’s got one of those, what do you call that, cleft lip, cleft palate," she said to fans before hooking a finger into her mouth and attempting to imitate Phoenix's condition. Her comments have been shunned by fans and medical advocacy groups alike, who have adamantly called for her apology.

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