Wendy Williams is not going down without a fight against Wells Fargo. The iconic talk show host made fans aware of her courageous move in a new cryptic post shared on Instagram.
Wendy and the financial institution have been at loggerheads in recent months over access to her finances.
Wendy Williams Is Ready To Battle Wells Fargo
On Wednesday, April 6 Wendy took to Instagram to give her fans an update. “The Wendy Williams Show” host looked radiant and was completely decked in lavish designer pieces.
Wendy donned a black dress underneath a gorgeous animal print fur coat and carried a big handbag from Louis Vuitton. She posed for the camera with a wide grin and styled her honey blonde hair with dark highlights at the end.
The media personality kept her jewelry to a minimum, sporting a huge diamond ring on her left middle finger and a simple necklace with a cross pendant.
The picture showed Wendy looking great and thriving amid her health issues, but it was the cryptic caption that indeed caught fans’ attention. When she uploaded the image, she wrote in the accompanying caption, “Ready for court” alongside a smile emoji.
She, however, edited the caption to “Ready” hours later. It didn’t take long for fans to flood the comments section, hailing the former radio personality.
One fan wrote “It’s the caption for me. #freewendy,” while another added, “And so are we. Keep us posted. We only trust you‼️#giveheraccesstohermoney.”
“Yasss Wendy! You give it to them good!!!! You are going to slay Ms.Wendy! We are all here for you! Rooting for you! We stand with you,” commented another follower.
Others were focused on how healthy Wendy looked with a user confessing, “We miss you on tv so much miss Wendy , you look well xx ❤️ .”
As you might know, in the past months, Wendy faced a myriad of health issues that caused her to take a hiatus from her famous syndicated talk show in October. As a result, “The Wendy Williams Show” had to make do with numerous guest hosts before being finally replaced with the Sherri Shepherd Show.
Amid her health problems, her bank, Wells Fargo, deemed her mentally unfit and revoked access to her money unless she has a guardian.
The Show Host Demanded Access To Her Money
Despite the bank’s assessment, Wendy has strongly denied all their claims of an “unsound mind” and is vehemently demanding her money. As The Blast reported, last month, the “Think Like A Man” star took to Instagram to call out those involved.
In a nearly four-minute video, Wendy went full attack mode, starting with her former financial advisor Lori Schiller who declared her of unsound mind.
She began, saying, “I’ve been asking questions about my money. And when I began asking questions about my money, suddenly Lori Schiller has got no response regarding my money.”
Wendy continued, “I want my money this is not fair. And Wells Fargo has no questions and answers regarding my money. This is not fair. And Lori Schiller and Wells Fargo have this guardianship petition about keeping me away from my money. This is not right, and you know this is not fair.”
The 57-year-old also called out a man named Bernie Young who was using her credit card to hire lawyers against her alongside a former doctor who she claims has medical information about her that wasn’t given.
“The New York court system is… they you know, without evidence they’re being weird to me this court system. Without evidence, they took all this information and continued with what’s going on with me based on what Wells Fargo is doing. This is not fair. This is not fair,” Wendy lamented.
Wendy Promises A Return To Television
Weeks before the Instagram rant, Wendy appeared on “Good Morning America” to shed light on her health, her battle with Wells Fargo, and the future of her talk show.
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She assured her fans that she was now in great spirits, saying, “health is very well and I’ve actually had a few appointments. You know I’m 57 now. And I have the mind and body of a 25-year-old.”
As for her return to hosting, Wendy promised that she wasn’t done with doing what she does best. “Give me about three months. There are private things that I have to deal with and then I’ll be ready to come back and be free and ready to do my thing,” she shared.
Concluding her statement, she said to her fans, “Keep watching because I’m going to be back on the Wendy show bigger and brighter than ever!”