Wendy Williams leaves no stone unturned when it comes to telling her life story. While we wait on the edge of our seats for the premiere of Wendy Williams: The Movie and her documentary Wendy Williams: What A Mess, the former shock jock shares her rocky relationship with ex-husband Kevin Hunter.
During a conversation on Sirius XM’s The Jess Cagle Show, Williams revealed how toxic her relationship with Hunter had become. “We were married for almost twenty-two years and together for twenty-five years. I don’t regret the day I met him [or] deal with him every twenty-five years, ”she explains.
Williams then admits to knowing about Hunter’s alleged lover, Sharina Hudon, as the beginning of their 15-year affair was a fifteen-year affair. “I knew Kevin was a serial cheater,” Williams said. “I first found out when I was pregnant on bed rest with our son. I planned to divorce Kevin and I sacrificed a lot of myself to be successful on the other side. Everything worked. “
Williams went on to state that their son Kevin, who is now 20 years old and raised an only child, has stayed with Hunter to maintain a solid family structure. Unfortunately, she says, Hunter was more determined to live in luxury than to be a family man. “The more successful I got and he became and we believed in each other, the more an idiot he became,” she says. “He used his good credit to buy properties he had chosen for wine and his extramarital affairs.”
Williams then claims Hudson was just one of many lovers her ex-husband entertained over the years. Hunter reportedly greeted a little girl with Hudson when he was still married to Williams, which led the TV host to file for divorce and never look back.
Williams and Hunter’s divorce was finalized in January 2020. In a press conference, Williams said she has no regrets about the tumultuous events of her life, including those involving her ex-husband and former manager. “I like who I am so I don’t regret it. If anything, I’m very glad that I’m still relevant enough to come through a pretty kick behind double doors and say something. ‘How are you?’ and still be young, funny and relevant to pop culture. “
Wendy Williams: The Movie and Wendy Williams: What a Mess! Premiere January 30th for life.