Talk show host, Wendy Williams turned on the waterworks over her son’s indifference towards her. Her emotional outburst was caused by the fact that her son had started loving his father instead of her.
The bold and beautiful, Wendy Williams made quite a confession this time around on her talk show. She first of all referred to Madonna’s bond with her son Rocco from ex-husband Guy Ritchie. She said that Madonna was so lucky that her son really loved her from the heart. Then she went on to explain how she also had a son named Kevin with ex-husband Kevin Hunter.
However, her son didn’t love her anymore and instead was taking his father’s side. The talk show host broke down into sobs and bitter tears when she mentioned this fact. She then went on to blurt out another truth. And this was that she didn’t have her period anymore.
"First of all, I want you to know, Rocco is 13 years old and Rocco is a real fan of his mother. What I discovered this weekend is that my son doesn't like me anymore," Williams told the audience while fighting back tears and grabbing a tissue. "You know how it is . . . I don't have my period."
Wendy Williams was in a way promoting the issue of sons who were on good terms with their fathers. This is a rarity since usually fathers and sons have differences as the sons get older and sprout wings. She thanked God that her son had a father whom he looked up to with adoration.
"I discovered this a while ago, but the ball just got smacked home this weekend," Williams explained. "He's all into his father -- you know how 13-year-olds are. I was the same way when I was 13, but it is breaking my heart."
Of course, this is unlike Madonna’s son Rocco whose father was missing from his life. Madonna meanwhile was caught up in an Instagram scandal of her own making. She had posted a photo of her son along with a vulgar racist word accompanying it. "No one messes with Dirty Soap! Mama said knock you out! #disnigga," she wrote with the photo.
Later on she took back her words and apologized for the linguistic blunder. Madonna issued a statement to Us Weekly on January 18. She said, "There's no way to defend the use of the word. It was all about intention . . . It was used as a term of endearment toward my son who is white. I appreciate that it's a provocative word and I apologize if it gave people the wrong impression. Forgive me."