The self-proclaimed ‘Queen of Media‘ brought to sobbing, tears.
This week on the Wendy Williams’ show, host, Wendy shared a very real moment with her viewers by bursting into an emotional cry during her sensational hot topics. In the middle of her daily segment, she began discussing the controversy surrounding pop singer, Madonna‘s instagram photo of her 13-year-old son, Rocko, boxing with an offensive caption containing the n* word which sparked a trail of emotions. During the rant, she surprises viewers by beginning to sob. Apparently, she and her teenage son haven’t been seeing eye-to-eye these days. In between tears, she explains that Kevin Jr. no longer her likes her and it breaks her heart. She says:
First of all, I want you to know that Rocko is 13 years old and Rocko is a real fan of his mother. And uhm..what I discovered this weekend is that my son doesn’t like me anymore. You know how it is, I know what it is…I don’t have my period.
I’ve discovered this a while ago but the ball just got smacked home this weekend. He’s all into his father, you know how 13 year olds are, I was the same way when I was thirteen but it is breaking my heart. He says things to me like ‘Why are you so pissed? but he’ll say ‘WHY ARE YOU SO PISSED?!?’ like I’m pissed all the time, like I’m the one with the problem. He’s the one who’s thirteen and I get it and I know that this phase only last for four years …or something like that, but it is breaking my heart.
He doesn’t care about Wendy on TV , he doesn’t care about any of that. Anyway, she’s lucky that he likes her. Im going to go into the Madonna story but I do have to say this, at this time. I can’t understand men who disappear from their kids life. Thank God he has his buddy and father, ya know. He’s a father, he’s a buddy, they talk sneakers, they go for haircuts, they speed off in the cars and I’m just left there feeling like ‘why are you so pissed?’ Im not pissed, Im a Mom!
Check Out the Clip Below. The meltdown begins around 9:20:
Are you surprised by Wendy’s outburst or is her son’s behavior typical teenager behavior?