Mincing words has never exactly been a prized personality trait of ‘Queen of All Media’ Wendy Williams.
The daytime talk show host – whose seen her Twitter mentions absolutely lit up in the past for disparaging remarks about the likes of Rihanna, Beyonce, Whitney Houston, Mariah Carey, and many more – is certainly no stranger to seeing those very words upset some devoted fan bases in her day. But, despite the harsh social media draggings she’s endured for ruffling the feathers of members of those respective groups, none have seemed to take her to task like the gospel community after she took to her comfy chair to slam The Clark Sisters. That’s right, the legendary Clark Sisters.
The quartet of female gospel singers (cited by everyone from Beyonce and Mary J. Blige to Mariah Carey and Whitney Houston as direct influences) found themselves at the center of an all out Twitter eruption when Williams commented yesterday (April 18) they needed to ‘step up their game.’
See the video that set tongues wagging then read some of the ongoing online attacks:
Some say gospel singer/comedienne Lexi took it too far when she took aim at Williams’ health in her clap back. See the shocking video here:
See more reactions here:
The hoopla prompted Clark Sister member, Stellar Award-winning songstress Dorinda Clark Cole, to subtly clap back (seen above). She wasn’t the only one. TCS member Karen Clark Sheard‘s daughter, the Stellar Award-winning Kierra Sheard, also threw in her two cents (seen below):