Wendy Williams has ruled that the legal team has been fired because of ongoing legal issues
TV presenter Wendy Williams has reportedly decided to dismiss her entire management team. Between her ongoing legal proceedings and fines with her producers.
Revealed by a source
The news was revealed by a source close to Solezwe and according to them, “Bernie and Howard are out. They don’t even have a way to contact him.”
It did not end there, “Nobody has a way to contact Wendy, she doesn’t even have her phone.”
The news comes shortly after a person close to the publication admitted. That at present, only Wendy Williams son and ex-husband could not be contacted, due to the situation.
An inside expert who commented on “little Kev” helping her recovering mother. “Kevin Jr. has Power of Attorney, but his father is helping. He handles what it means he has to do.”
Before concluding the insider also explained that as, “She is young, and because of all that is happening. Wendy does not object to her ex-husband helping her.”
Two weeks after graduating, Williams began his career as a disc jockey working for WVIS junior. Calypso and reggae in Frederiksted, US Virgin Islands, but disliked his role because he did not read it. As much on the radio from his colleagues as he had expected. Due to low income and the separation from his family. Williams began sending his CVs and demo tapes to other radio stations.
Wendy Williams left WVIS eight months later and found a post in Washington, D.C.’s WOL in 1987, but found his oldies radio format incompatible with his personality. After the then city station hired his full-time shift in 1988 to work night shifts, he left WOL.
WRKS offered Williams a non-competitive clause
Originally acting as a complement, WRKS offered Williams a non-competitive clause and a permanent morning position in May 1990 after WBLS began hunting for its staff. Wendy Williams soon became a broadcaster, gossiping about doctors and celebrities.
In 1993, he was the highest-performing host in his time at the New York City market and acquired the Billboard Radio Award for R&B Major Market Radio Air Personality of the Year. Wendy Williams co-hosted the American Urban Radio Networks program for USA Music Magazine in 1994, and returned in the early October of that year.
In December 1994, Emmis Broadcasting bought WRKS. Her husband, Kevin Hunter, became her agent. She was very open about her emotional life, discussing her miscarriage, breast augmentation surgery, and drug addiction.