Wendy Williams throws flowers during tense interview with Joseline Hernandez

Things got tense on Wednesday’s episode of The Wendy Williams Show. Love and hip hop: Atlanta star Joseline Hernandez made an appearance on the show to talk about season 2 of her series, Joseline’s Cabaret: MiamiBut things quickly took a left turn after Wendy Williams commented on the reality TV star’s change in appearance.

“You know, Miss Wendy, I just have to tell you this: I hope you give me my flowers today. I hope you honor the amount of work I put in there,” Hernandez began. “I’m an accomplished woman and I feel like every time I come to your show, you don’t give me those flowers now. You know? And Wendy, you’re 35 years older than me. I should get those flowers from you. I should feel loved by people like you. And not just me, all the other young girls. “

Williams tried to assure “The Puerto Rican Princess” that he finds her very entertaining, but Hern├índez was not convinced.

“We feel like you’re testing us. We feel like you don’t really support us, especially with me. Every time I come to your show, you always want to compare me to another girl,” explained the dancer and rapper. “I don’t need to be compared; I have created my own brand. I have created my own brand for years. I have been here for the last decade, I have my own program, I have franchised my own program to another network. I have the number one program in the country. “.

Williams quickly corrected Hernandez, “No, you have the number one show on Zeus and they renewed you for a third season, which is to be commended.”

The reality TV star claimed that she feels undervalued, to which Williams chimed in, explaining that the feeling is mutual.

“Feeling undervalued? Well, me too, okay? You know what Joseline, because you’re a part of pop culture, this is what I do,” shared the longtime talk show host. “But if you think I’m leaving here every day and I don’t feel undervalued for something I do as a woman, we’re not even going to talk about race, just as a woman? I still don’t earn that dollar-for-dollar that men make. But still, Shoe Cam, please. Let me see your shoes. “

The two continued to do tit for tat, with Williams throwing a real flower on Hernandez’s screen, but by the end of the interview the women appeared to be on good terms.

Watch the video below to see Williams tackle some of the drama of his own life in his upcoming biopic.


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