Wendy Williams' former DJ says 'everyone there is afraid to speak up' after the host displayed concerning behavior

WENDY Williams former DJ has claimed that staff members on her show are "afraid to speak up" after fans were left concerned by her behavior.

Friday's episode saw Wendy trail off mid-sentence, stand up and show off her outfit while in the middle of another topic, and call Adele Ho-dele.

"Wendy you need to stop your show and seriously get help, your camp is just watching you spiral instead of sending help, shame on them," commented one fan on social media, with another suggesting that the talk show star "doesn't listen to them" and that's "probably why DJ Boof left".

Boof – who left the show over the summer – saw the comment, and agreed, writing: "Yup exactly and it will all come out.

"Y’all have no idea what’s really going on and everyone there is afraid to speak up because they don’t wanna lose their jobs.. this is going to play out bad.. I feel sorry for the workers and victims."

His comment has since been deleted, but was caught by The Jasmine Brand.

It's been a difficult year for Wendy as she and ex-husband Kevin Hunter of 22 years finalized their divorce in January.

The exes, who share a son, recently sold their New Jersey mansion for the cutdown price of $1.5 million.

Her show went on hiatus earlier in the year because of a health crisis with Graves disease;  Wendy also has lymphedema, a condition which causes swelling in the arms and legs.

In 2019, Wendy took another hiatus and checked into a "sober house” because she was struggling with drug abuse.

The 56-year-old is known for her bizarre on-camera behavior during episodes, but her recent actions had fans turning to Twitter to express their concern for her well-being. 

On Friday's episode she said: “Hodel. Excuse me, Adele. Hodel!

"That’s our girl, Adele. She’s hosting SNL tomorrow night. How do you feel about that?… A lot of people said, ‘Well why are you not performing? Why are you just hosting?' The fans were really mad about her…”

She then paused, took a deep breath and slurred the word “for” before continuing: “For not performing. Listen to me, you fans…”

A crew member then attempted to interrupt Wendy as she lost her train of thought again. 

In another scene, Wendy said she would “entertain” Rick Ross while talking about his Miami home, as she giggled and stuttered her way through the segment. 

She then confusingly said: “No, no, no, no, no, no, no, I will entertain in the, calm down because I got my own situation and I’m good.”

One fan wrote: “Yo whoever let @WendyWilliams on air today should be fired. I don’t even know if she’s said a full sentence. How is that show still on the air?”

A second tweeted: “Watching The Wendy Williams show live is so awkward…something is definitely off about her.” 

Source: Read Full Article