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Wendy Williams takes son to strip club in Los Angeles: “you gotta make it rain!’

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Wendy Williams has been in a relationship with her son in a very special way.

On Monday’s edition of “The Wendy Williams Show, the star revealed that she adopted her son, Kevin Hunter Jr. go to a strip club during a trip to Los Angeles, california.

Williams was in L. A. to receive her star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. During the trip, the mother-and-son duo hit the strip club, where Wendy was teaching her son, a 19-how to make it rain.”

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For a discussion of the testing, This will acknowledge that this is not planned ahead of time, while Kevin Jr. asked to to months, for.

“First of all, I don’t think that any of this was going to happen, and Second of all, I think that a man should have to deal with their father if they want to go to a strip club,” the TV host said. “He asked me, like, three months ago,” Mommy, take me to a strip club.’ You’re outta your mind!?”

This is then recalled a story of a people who are prayed for do not need to be assessed when the duo finally went in to the club.

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“But when we were in L. A., one way or the other, the spirit touched me…” I’ve got two kids, and I am in nursing school and I’m doing this… Miss Wendy, please don’t judge me,” the TV host called out, doing her best stripper impression. “And I’m like, ‘I’m not going to judge you. Take a look, you can go to my son.'”

Williams then jokingly said to her disregard for her son’s inability to “make it rain” on the strippers.

“And I’m like, Girl, come back here,'” said Wendy as she called upon the people to return.

“Do it again,” and This, she gestured to the sliding dollar after dollar in one fell swoop — to be able to demonstrate to her son how to “make it rain.”

LIFE-LONG DEVELOPMENT OF THE WILLIAMS ‘ BIOPIC

“You gotta make it rain!” Wendy has been named.

The 55-year-old TV personality accepted her star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame after an eventful year full of personal struggles.

Williams has been open about her rocky marriage, and has shared her struggles with addiction, had said in March that she lives in a modest home.

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“The elephant in the room is that I’ve been having a very, very, very, very difficult,” she admitted to the crowd, according to E! News. “Slowly, but surely, I’m climbing out of the pit, and this is one of those monumental days that will make me say that, you know, if you don’t believe in yourself, who will you believe? Life can sometimes be a very lonely road, and you will have to make some hard decisions.”

The TV personality and has hosted her Emmy-nominated daytime talk show for 11 years. “The Wendy Williams Show,” airs during the week, and has been extended until 2022.

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