Wendy Williams Offers Bizarre Apology Over Statement That Gay Men Shouldn’t Celebrate “Galentine’s Day”


TV host Wendy Williams has offered a bizarre, tear-filled apology video after sorely offending the hair-trigger LGBT community last week.

According to LGBTQ Nation, the apology followed an incident in which Williams said that gay men shouldn’t wear skirts or heels or hang out with women on “Galentine’s Day” because they don’t menstruate:

“I don’t care if you’re gay. You don’t get a [period] every 28 days,” Williams said. “You can do a lot that we do, but I get offended by the idea that we go through something you will never go through.”

“And stop wearing our skirts and our heels,” she added. “Just saying, girls, what do we have for ourselves?”

“Looky here now, gay men, you’ll never be the women that we are,” Williams said. “No matter how gay.”

I mean, she had a valid point there!

Naturally, however, she was utterly shredded on social media, prompting her to record the awkward apology video:

“I’ll start by saying I apologize. I did not mean to offend my LGBTQ+ community on yesterday’s show,” she said, adding that she “didn’t mean to hurt anybody’s feelings.”

Bon vivant, I don’t even know what it means but it sounds fabulous,” she rattled on, unaware that a bon vivant is something of a hedonist who enjoys life and food. “In my mind, it means, ‘live and let live.’ Bon vivant. And I live and let live every day.”

Naturally, the LGBT community isn’t letting up on their call to “cancel” Williams, arguing that her comments “erased transgender gay men, some of whom menstruate.”

How utterly insane.

Shockingly enough, Williams felt compelled to apologize for stating the simple fact that men are not women, yet she has yet to demonstrate similar penitence for a disgusting joke made on her show yesterday in which she mocked the tragic death of Amie Harwick, the ex-fiancé of comedian Drew Carey.

“Drew Carey’s ex-fiancée was tragically murdered over the weekend,” said Williams, describing Harwick’s death in detail and making light of the fact that she died after being thrown from a balcony.

“She was killed. Not by Drew … ‘Come on down!’” Williams said, mimicking The Price Is Right host’s trademark line. Williams then looked up and down, as if she were watching someone fall to the ground.

As of this writing, Williams has not issued an apology for her sick joke about Harwick.

It says an awful lot about her character that she’ll kiss the feet of the LGBT overlords for the slightest offense, yet she apparently feels no remorse mocking another woman’s brutal murder.

Maybe she deserves to be “canceled” after all.

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