Saturday, March 6, 2021

Wendy Williams To Pay Ex-Hubby Kevin Hunter $250,000 to Scram From Former Residence

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Wendy Williams and Kevin Hunter (TMZ/Getty composite)

*Just a couple of months ago the drama that is the recent life of talk show star Wendy Williams was getting ever more complicated and vicious by the day, it seemed. However, the latest developments could possibly be a valuable brick in the road to a reconciliation of some sort.

As reported on Page Six, Williams will pay her ex-husband Kevin Hunter $250,000 to find a new home for himself and Sharina Hudson, the mother of his child. 

However, that amounts to next to nothing as far as home buying in New York is home. Certainly not anything near the manner in which he’s “accustomed” to living.  

 The apartment he used to live in out in Livingston, New Jersey when married to Williams? Oh, that was only around $15,000 a month. However, that home has been put up for sale over the summer.  

As has been widely reported all damn summer, Wendy divorced Kevin Hunter after finding out her fathered a child out of wedlock.

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This is after decades of rumors that Hunter was cheating on her. For an individual who rose to fame on digging into the dankest rumors about the rich and famous, this year has to have been like a karate kick from karma for Williams, a former radio shock jock who parlayed that into a hit television talk show.  But she appears to be taking it all in stride.

 “Life is not what you think it is behind the scenes, trust me,” Wendy said on her show earlier in the week. “Homegirl is miserable,” said Wendy before imitating the woman rocking a crying baby. “That’s what you get!” 

“I want a divorce like yesterday, I want a divorce two months ago, three months ago. Whenever I found out, four months ago,” she continued. 

Despite that, Williams and Kevin are not only still on speaking terms but she actually considers him a friend. 

“I want a divorce, and I want to be friends with Kevin. I mean, and not because we have a son but because that was real love. I still love him just not in that way.”
 

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Ricardo A. Hazell began his career in journalism in 1996 as a Research Intern for the prestigious Editor & Publisher Co. His byline has appeared in The Root, Washington Post, Black Enterprise and he helped define culture within the African Diaspora as Senior Cultural Contributor at The Shadow League. Currently working on the semi-autobiographical novel "Remorse".

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