Wendy Williams Accused of Refusing 21-Year-Old Son’s Entry Into NYC Penthouse!

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Wendy Williams brother, Tommy Williams, accused the former chat show host of snubbing her son, Kevin Hunter Jr., in a shocking YouTube video over the weekend.

Tommy, 54, dropped the bomb in a 24-minute video, where he claimed that “my nephew is trying to get in there now … to his mother.” 

Tommy alleged that the former host of “The Wendy Williams Show” would not let her 21-year-old son into her penthouse after he arrived in the city. 

Wendy’s birthday is tomorrow. It should be a great time, a great time for family, a great time for her son, but it’s not. It’s a great time for everybody inside of Wendy’s head,” Tommy said. 

Wendy’s birthday came and went last week, on July 18. 

In a video posted on Sunday, Tommy called his sister “trash,” adding “that’s what she is for doing that.” He alleged that she acted as if her son was a member of the paparazzi. 

Watch the video below!

Wendy and her son have shared a strong relationship for many years. Kevin was reportedly by her side as she worked to recover from health issues in Florida, last year. The mother/son duo was frequently photographed together while out and about, after her hospitalization. 

Tommy offered occasional updates on his sister’s health amid the talk show host’s lengthy recovery. 

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In March, Tommy posted a photo of the former daytime diva posing with a group of family members, in Florida.  

Wendy’s father, her niece, her sister, Wanda, her son, Kevin Jr., her nephew, and her brother were all featured in the photo, with Wendy beaming in the center of the group.  

Tommy shared the photo in a private Wendy Williams Facebook group, captioning the pic — “I’m encouraging everyone to remain faithful that our girl Wendy will pull through this fog, posh through the clouds into the light!”

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Tommy praised his sis the same month, telling fans, “Wendy is doing well. She’s recovering.”

“She’s not going to just be back but she’s going to be better than ever,” Tommy said, “You’re going to experience someone you have never met, truly.”

He added that the former host was still coping with the death of her mother and her messy split from husband, Kevin Hunter Sr. 

“It’s a rough battle dealing with the loss of your mother, it’s a rough battle dealing with divorce, it’s a rough battle dealing with a job that serves up a lot of different variety of stuff,” he said.

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Earlier this month, Tommy claimed in an interview that Wendy was not prepared to come back to work after his sister told TMZ that she was ready to launch her new podcast.

“No, she is not the Wendy that we all knew,” Tommy told Good Day DC. “No, she’s not. And it’s very sad, very heart-wrenching, very disappointing. It’s very frustrating because when you find somebody in your family who you want to help, you want to help but they refuse your help.” 

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