The talk show hosts says women are scared to go under the knife.
Wendy Williams isn't afraid to share that she had had some work done in the past. In fact, she's proud of it, and talks about it quite often. But in a recent interview, Williams says Black women overall are scared to go under the knife.
"They are jealous," she tells XO Jane. "Because if I said to that person, 'I got the doctor and I’m going to pay for it. Choose three things you want to do,' believe me, they would get it done. They are very jealous and scared. Scared of what their other friends would say, or to break out of the box and be different. And being Black? Ugh, please. My people will not go for any kind of surgery. We are supposed to be natural. Ugh, whatever."
As for those who constantly insist on hating on her wigs, Williams says, "If you do wear a wig, everybody wants you to take off the wig and show your hair. That's what Tyra [Banks] did on her show years ago. Because she was running out of ideas trying to shock her audience."
In true Williams fashion, the outspoken diva says she would wear her real hair if she was a librarian with a smaller personality.