The talk show host went in on all the attention surrounding the reality star's very public meltdown on social media Monday, where she seemingly confirmed the two are calling it quits after nearly nine years of marriage. Breaking down Wilkinson's behavior and also Baskett's own issues, Williams called them both out on her show Tuesday morning.
"Kendra Wilkinson, yes she's still with us," she joked. "To me, she's had her time. She was on Instagram talking about the end of her nine year marriage to Hank, the journeyman," she continued, referencing his jump from team to team during his football career.
"Kendra, it's tough love, but to me you all, this smacks of Kendra missing the spotlight so desperately," Williams continued. "I like Kendra, I just forgot about Kendra. Kendra had her time, when Hef was alive. It's not clear whether her show, 'Kendra on Top,' will be back for a 7th season so she, to me, posts this 'do ha ha wah wah wah' not in an effort to get Hank back, but to get a seventh season of her show."
"Look, listen, I think that she's probably enamored of the camera more so than she's enamored of Hank," Williams went on, before throwing some blame on Baskett for the split as well.
"Kendra is one of those girls, she knows how to do her hustle and get her money. When you're used to your man working and all of a sudden he's laying around with a crooked knee and he hasn't worked in ages and he's a journeyman, you gotta understand, how do you get moist for that?" she asked. "Any real woman understands what I mean, you know what I mean. At the end of the day, you need something that is going to make you want to drop your panties and he's not the guy."
"He's not working, he's a journeyman, how big do you think that check is? He's one of those bench guys," she said, before bringing up his alleged affair with a transgender model. "We haven't forgotten about that!"
"The bigger thing is, he's not an earner, she misses the spotlight and nobody cares about 'Kendra on Top,'" Wendy added. "Say this all works and has 'Kendra Goes It Alone' and tries to make a new life with the two kids, clap if this is a show that you would watch." The audience reacted with crickets.
"OK one person," she said with a laugh. "Nobody cares, Kendra, good luck with your divorce, good luck with your new life and Hank, how you doin?"
On Instagram Monday, Wilkinson broke down in tears in a series on stories. "10 years, I did everything I could. It wasn't good enough," she confessed. "I will always love him and my heart will always remain open for him. I believed him forever, I really did. Guess it's just not meant to be. I'm so scared, but I have to get strong for my kids. I will. Thank you to all my friends and family for supporting me at the moment, every little ounce of love helps, thank you. I never thought I'd see the day, really."
She previously denied they were faking relationship drama for reality TV.