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Charlamagne Tha God Is “Shocked” Wendy Williams’ Family Released “Hard To Watch” Documentary On Her Decline

For those who don’t know, Charlamagne Tha God got his big break in radio working on Wendy Williams’ radio show on 107.5 WBLS from 2006 to 2008. He worked for Wendy when she was nearing the top of her game.

And that’s probably why it was extremely hard for him to watch the recent Lifetime documentary following her shocking mental health decline.

He told PageSix that he was surprised to see her family members sign off on the documentary, even adding themselves as exec producers.

I don’t know who she has around her that truly cares and I was very very shocked and surprised to see that her family was executive producers of this project. I know her son, Kevin, her niece, nephew, sister and brother all love her and care for her so it’s very interesting to see them participate in this documentary knowing the state she was in. I was just like, damn. You could look at her and tell something’s not right, so why would you want this out there?

It’s a fair question, and your first thought might be, “Money,” but it’s possible they just wanted the world to see where Wendy is at right now. Maybe they didn’t think she seemed that bad? Maybe they just wanted evidence out there to avoid a Britney Spears type situation.

Who knows, but Charlamagne makes one thing clear, Wendy’s decline does not erase her legacy…

You can’t erase who Wendy Williams is. You just have to look at all of this in the totality of her existence. Her story is not over. That’s the beauty about life: it is never over until it’s over. She had a stellar radio career. She had a stellar fourteen-year run on TV. This is just the current chapter for Wendy Williams.

Can’t argue with that. She’s provided LOTS of entertainment.