Wendy Williams and Howard Stern seem to be feuding once again. Despite the fact that Stern apologized to Williams after the first feud, he made a comment on Monday’s episode of his SiriusXM show as reported by [People.] (https://people.com/tv/wendy-williams-claps-back-at-howard-stern-after-hall-of-fame-diss/) Back in March, Williams had called Stern "so Hollywood" which he reacted to by calling her a "jealous bitch." Even though he acknowledged that he believes she didn't mean any harm by the comment, he has more to say on talk show host Williams.
“No offense to Wendy Williams, but they put Wendy Williams in before me,” Stern said on his show.
“Now you looky here Howard, I’m tired of fighting with you, man. Why do you always have to fight with me? Because you think I’m the low-lying fruit? Why?” Williams responded on her own show. “Why are you and I always fighting? I wasn’t fighting with you, I’m minding my own business, trying to watch the rest of that disastrous champagne toss on ‘The Bachelor.’”
“Don’t hate on me because I got in before you,” the host continued. “I know the only reason I got in is that I had a new talk show. I went from radio, successful, to TV with my own show. You haven’t done that. …. Howard, all I am saying is, keep your hundreds of thousands of dollars, your beautiful wife, Beth, all of those animals that you will rescue and be happy, man. And stop hating on me. Because I don’t hate you!”
“Only real radio heads understand how important radio is in life,” Williams said. “You turn it on, we’re in the car with you, we’re making you laugh, we’re telling you stories. I was in love with radio before I got this chair. … People in entertainment, they look over us. … They throw us away. And radio really is the most brilliant invention ever, even before TV. Because radio makes you use your imagination. This TV, everything is laid out in front of you.”
“You know what, Howard, I was offended the night I got my award,” Williams added, calling Stern the “King of All Media” and “a hero to me and to many people up in here.”
“There’s nothing you can say. Nothing at all,” Williams said. “I agree he was supposed to be there before me. He was in before I was. I’m racing up and down the turnpike, trying to grab bones for $9,000 a year, listening to Howard through five states, cackling and laughing and shaping my adulthood. Personally and professionally, I admire you, Howard Stern. They were wrong for that.”