Longtime pal and sparring accomplice of Wendy Williams, Judge Greg Mathis, believes that the embattled speak present queen remains to be “valuable to the community” and thinks she will be able to make a wonderful comeback.
“I think that beyond her flaws and her… problems past or present, I think she still means something to the community and that’s what counts and matters. I think that she remains relevant to our community,” he tells Page Six.
Mathis famously did battle with Williams — whose “Wendy Williams Show” involves a painful finish on Friday — on her radio present approach again in 2002 after she ambushed him stay on air with allegations that he’d had an affair.
But the TV decide tells us that they made associates once more a few years in the past.
He added that he’s spoken along with her on the cellphone in the previous few weeks and he, “requested if she would do a tour with me the place she centered on empowering black ladies and I’d give attention to empowering black males or black boys.
“So I believe there’s some redemption to be had and I believe she could still be a benefit, particularly to our community who sees very few talk show hosts, especially black women.”
On his notorious look on her WBLS New York present “The Wendy Williams Experience,” she all of a sudden started to interrogate him about an alleged fling, which he adamantly denied.
“You think you can get folks on your show and talk to them any kind of way?,” Mathis shot again, “Well, that’s not what I do on my show and my show has higher ratings than yours. Are you still [using drugs]? Because I just saw you leaving the bathroom looking high. In fact you got white powder around your nose right now. Are you still a dope fiend? I need to check you into rehab and pray for you.”
Mathis is gearing up for the premiere of his new actuality present, “Mathis Family Matters,” which is able to observe his life together with his spouse of 30-plus years, Linda, and his 4 grownup kids, Jade, Camara, Greg Jr. and Amir.
“The Wendy Williams Show” launched an announcement earlier within the week saying, “The final original episode of ‘The Wendy Williams Show’ will air on Friday, June 17, with a video tribute to the iconic host.”
“Mathis Family Matters” premieres June 19 at 9:30 p.m. ET on E!.