Wendy Williams Said Kesha Should Have Filmed Her Sexual Abuse If She Wants Legal Aid
She's at it again.
On a recent airing of The Wendy Williams Show, talk show host Wendy Williams suggested that Kesha, who is embroiled in a legal fight to escape a contract with a producer who she says raped her a decade ago, should have documented the allegations on film.
Williams also appeared to defend the recent court ruling that denied Kesha's request to terminate her contract with Sony.
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"Unfortunately business is business, and it sounds like it's fair. If everybody complained because somebody allegedly sexually abused them ... contracts would be broken all the time," said Williams, in a story also reported by Jezebel. "I mean she's like, 30 years old? ... So she wasn't stupid 10 years ago and neither was her mother when the sexual abuse — alleged sexual abuse — started, why weren't they rolling camera on it?"
The moment — as such a moment is wont to do — made its way to Twitter where, in one post alone, it was retweeted more than 4,000 times.
Williams has long courted public ire with a history of explosive opinions on trending news subjects. She has previously declared that Caitlyn Jenner was not a real woman because she still had a penis, body-shamed Ariana Grande, fought with Alyssa Milano over public breastfeeding, among plenty of other such incidents.
Which leaves us with just one question: What's good, Wendy?