In the world of pop culture Madonna is a certified icon with many hits and an huge international fan base. And as one of the best that has ever entertained the masses, she is no stranger to criticism from everyone. However, the thing people love the most about her is that regardless of anything critics have to say about her she still lives her life to the fullest. And recently we have all been reminded once again just how outspoken she is.
When it comes to Madona's love life she has always done whatever she wants. And whether it's a wedding to veteran actor Sean Penn back in the 1980's or a highly publicized romance with legendary basketball player Dennis Rodman Madonna doesn't hide her love life from the spotlight. And recently it's a new man she's been allegedly seeing, one of her backup dancers Ahlamalik Williams, that has people discussing her love life once again. And they're not holding back how they feel either.
Another controversial figure who says and does whatever she wants is talk show host Wendy Williams, who has also had a very trying year for a multitude of reasons. After enduring the beginning stages of a painful divorce Williams was seen cavorting around with a younger man, making many questions exactly what was going on with her mental state at the time. And although Williams seemed to hit back at the haters with a clear IDGAF attitude what she's saying about Madonna's situation is now confusing.
Hollywood Life reports that Williams had some choice words to say about Madonna and her alleged new relationship with her backup dancer Ahlamalik Williams, and it wasn't very nice.
“He is three years older than her daughter, Lourdes. They’re all on the same vacation and there’s old grandma booed up with a 25-year-old,” Wendy said during Hot Topics on her December 16 show. “Here’s what I feel about stuff like that, because when I go out I get the side eye from young boys. But, here’s the thing, it’s supposed to be a one night stand, if that — not a boyfriend,” she declared.
Of course Madonna could care less about anything Williams has to say, though she didn;t appreciate the ageist tone of her voice.
“Wendy Williams is simply being ageist and it’s not okay,” a source close to the singer tells HollywoodLife, exclusively. “Madonna is constantly fighting against ageism, she’s constantly getting judged for not being young enough and it’s really sad and tiresome. In Wendy’s case, it’s extra sad because she’s not much younger than Madonna. She should be supporting her fight against ageism, not tearing her down.”
Looks like Williams should offer Madonna the same amount of understanding as she was given not too long ago.