Wendy Williams' brother SLAMS her cheating ex Kevin Hunter & says he's 'p****d' at him amid TV host's health crisis

WENDY Williams’ brother, Tommy, slammed her cheating ex Kevin Hunter and said that he’s "p****d" at him as the TV host’s health crisis continues. 

In an exclusive with The Sun, the younger brother of the 57-year-old daytime talk show host, revealed to The Sun how he really feels about Wendy’s ex-husband.  

Tommy, 53, revealed: “You get p****d. I'll say, from my stance, I was disappointed. You break bread with people and he was a member of the family who sat at the table with my parents.” 

Tommy said despite that, he doesn’t consider this former brother-in-law an enemy.  

He explained: “I don't have any enemies; I wouldn't start with Kevin Hunter- we're all God's children and we're all here on borrowed time.

“We all make very big mistakes at times and we all have regrets during our lives.” 

Wendy’s younger brother went as far to say that despite Kevin being unable to stay “on course” with the marriage, he thinks it ended up being best for his sister.  

“I think that if, if, if this baby situation didn't come along there's no telling how much longer she would have in that painful marriage.”  

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Tommy had also told The Sun that Wendy’s divorce from Kevin compacted her grief over her mother’s passing a year ago. 

The 54-year-old brother to the daytime talk show host added that he and his entire family have been struggling since they lost the family matriarch.  

Tommy previously exclusively revealed to The Sun: “We've all been struggling with and I can speak for myself definitely is the passing of our mother, the matriarch of the family. It's not easy.” 

Wendy has been absent from her eponymous daytime talk show since the start of the season in September due to ongoing health issues.  


While The Wendy Williams Show's Instagram has released several explanations as to why she hasn’t returned to her purple chair, reports began to circulate over the weekend that she has been suffering from the effects of early-onset dementia.    

However, Tommy told The Sun earlier this week that his sister has not been “displaying that type of behavior" to the family.    

He said: “We haven't had any alerts like that and I haven't seen anything like that or have had conversations with her that would lead me to believe that.”   

Wendy has previously revealed she suffers from thyroid disorder Graves' Disease and lymphedema, which gives her swollen ankles and makes it difficult for her to walk even two blocks.   

She has also admitted in the past to struggling with alcoholism and substance abuse, and last checked into rehab in 2019.   


Back in September, The Sun was first to report that police received a 911 call from Wendy’s Manhattan building at 8 am about a “57-year-old female in need of psychiatric services.”     

The Sun later reported the TV personality had been “struggling with addiction” leading up to her hospitalization.      

“Wendy was drinking every day, even while filming the show,” an insider previously revealed to The Sun.      

As the daytime diva's health complications continued, the popular program was postponed from its original return date of September 20, and eventually aired with a rotating cast of guest hosts.      


Wendy took to Instagram on November 8 to break her silence and tell her fans: "As everyone knows, my health has been a hot topic. I’m making progress but it’s just one of those things that are taking longer than we expected.      

"I’m a woman of a certain age, and I know enough to listen to my doctors and will return to my purple chair as soon as we all agree I’m ready."      

She continued: "I want to thank all of my staff and our guest hosts for stepping up and stepping in while I can’t be there.   

"I also want to thank Debmar-Mercury and our stations for being so understanding and supportive while I work my way back.      

"Most of all, I want to thank my fans. I have heard your prayers and comments and feel all the love! You are everything to me.      

"I love spending my mornings with you all and I’m doing everything I can to get back to work, but right now Wendy has to focus on Wendy. I love you for watching."      

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