December 7, 2011

Wendy Williams Premieres Her Weekly Segment on the TJMS and Kicks Off an Oprah and Gayle Feud?

In the words of Wendy Williams, Aww-right!

Wendy Williams started off her new weekly Monday morning segment on the Tom Joyner Morning Show with a "BANG" by clearing up some information about a letter she supposedly received from Oprah Winfrey. The letter was shared on Wendy's syndicated TV talk show last week.

From BLACKAMERICAWEB.COM -Daytime diva Wendy Williams, host of the popular "Wendy Williams Show," told "The Tom Joyner Morning Show" that the letter she read on the air last week said to have come from media mogul Oprah Winfrey came via emails from a woman who said she was on Winfrey's staff.

Read more from Wendy at BlackAmericaWeb.com (Wendy says she did not lie about the letter!) and hear the interview with Tom, Sybil, and J. Anthony Brown.

Meanwhile Gayle King called into the TJMS just to let his listeners know that Wendy Williams lied and that Oprah told her personally that she did not send a letter.

Who cares who lied and who is telling the truth..., Tom Joyner benefited with two entertaining bits on his morning show... maybe an interview with that Oprah staffer who sent the emails could be next?

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