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Wendy Williams had some choice words for the city of Chicago and is an actor, Jussi Smollett following are some of the new indictment on six counts of disorderly conduct for lying to police about his alleged 2019 at the latest point of attack.
Special prosecutor Dan Webb in a statement announcing the charges against the 37-year-old former “Empire” star on Tuesday, in which Williams is taking her talk show’s “Hot Topics” segment on Wednesday to discuss the issue. In a lengthy rant on the matter, said that Smollett’s career is over.
“The prison life has already begun. He will never have to work again. None of that for him,” she said. “If I saw him on the street I would cross to the other side.”
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It Later added: “I mean, the guy will never work again. Anyone who hires him is going to be going on with the pickets outside. Leave it alone, as he has done so far.”
Williams, 55, also grew up in the city of Chicago, and special prosecutor for the further development of the incredibly complex issues, we have to remark that it is a waste of the city’s valuable time and resources.
“Chicago needs to just let it go. Let it go, man. Are you a lot of time with the court system.”
She added: “Jussi Smollett could have been done, which is a horrible thing, but the violence of the gangs, and poor education in Chicago, you have bigger fish to fry.”
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Smollett, who is black and gay, was originally charged last year with disorderly conduct for allegedly staging the hate crime, the attack by the brothers Abel, and the Country Osundairo, who worked on “the Rich” by Smollett.
Wendy Williams discusses the new charge by Jussi Smollett on her show.
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In January of 2019 at the latest, Smollett had told the police that he was attacked by two masked men as he was walking to the home of the Chicago Subway, the sandwich shop at about 2 a.m. The actor, who alleged that the masked men taunted him with homophobic and racial slurs, beat him, and looped a noose around his neck on a flight.
He said that his attackers, from at least one of them, he said, was white, had said to him that he was in “BIG country,” a reference to the President of Trump’s campaign slogan: “Make America great Again.”
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The brothers are expected to testify that the incident was a hoax masterminded by Smollett.
Fox News’ Matt Finn (zooey deschanel), and She Haas contributed to this report.