And Wendy Williamsbank account drying up? A tabloid says his absence of weeks from his talk show is causing severe financial repercussions for the host. Let’s check the TV personality.
Wendy Williams show on “Fast Track To Cancellation”?
This week, the National investigator reports that Wendy Williams will be financially crippled if her show is canceled. According to the tabloid, Williams’ finances have already been irrevocably damaged for as long as it’s taking off. Williams has been on medical leave from his talk show for weeks now, racking up a backlog of expenses with no income from his show in sight. And if he ever comes back, he’ll have to change the way he spends, says an insider.
“His cost of living is astronomical,” the insider explains. “His medical bills run into the hundreds of thousands, his staff are still fully paid and he has had to dig deep into his pockets to fund private nurses and extra bodyguards.” Add more mortgages e regular maintenance payments from the spouse to the ex-husband, he can’t go on like this without a big push to his bank account.
“If he can get over this nightmare, the first thing he has to do is downsize his whole life,” warns the whistleblower. “She will be lucky if there is anything left once the debts are paid!” And after weeks of physical and psychological evaluation, it is still unknown when he will return to work. “Nobody on his team wants to admit they have no idea when or if he’ll be back,” admits the source. “He needs to downsize his team NOW!”
Wendy Williams said to “downsize her whole life”?
While medical care is certainly not cheap, we doubt Williams has any reason to sweat. First of all, his show is not on the “quick track for cancellation”. After weeks of reruns on the air, ratings on the show have skyrocketed when the show returned with an all-star guest guest line-up. As of now, Williams’ show is doing better right now than last year. If the numbers stay where they are, Williams’ show will be more than sure. And of course, he will still see profits from his showwhether it’s hosting it or not.
Plus, the tabloid didn’t even bother to mention exactly what Williams is suffering from. After contracting a groundbreaking case of COVID-19, Williams began having complications from Graves’ disease and thyroid conditions. But her show recently announced on Instagram that she’ll be back once she’s okay enough. “As soon as it is ready, it will return to its precious purple chair,” the announcement reads.
The Wendy Williams tabloid
The National investigator is the last place fans should look for updates on Wendy Williams. Earlier this year, the tabloid claimed the producers were “scrambling” to replace Williams. So the outlet released a bizarre report claiming Williams’ friends urged her to wear a diaper. And then the magazine reported Williams was “close to the limit” jealously after her ex-husband reunited with his mistress. Obviously, the Investigator he’s not reliable when it comes to Wendy Williams.