"I am no lesbian. I like women for friendship," says Wendy.
Wendy Williams is single and ready to mingle, but she made it a point on her show today to say she's only mingling with men.
After having Whitney Houston's alleged lover Robyn Crawford on her show earlier this month, Williams has struck up a bit of a friendship with her. On Tuesday, she shot down any suggestion there's something more going on there.
Referencing a Radar Online report she believed was "insinuating that something romantical is happening between me and Robyn Crawford," Wendy flat out told her studio audience, "I am no lesbian. I like women for friendship. I like men and I like the D."
"They title the article, 'Wendy's been looking for female companionship and Whitney's rolling over in her grave because Wendy has found it in Robyn Crawford,'" Williams continued. "I'm like, first of all, I'm not down with that. All due respect to the lesbians. And Robyn is married, she's got kids and I'm not a home wrecker!"
The report said the two "became close" and have been texting, citing Whitney's beef with Wendy as the reason Houston would "roll over in her grave." While appearing on Wendy on November 12, Crawford confirmed she and the legendary singer considered confronting Williams back in the day over some of the gossip she was spilling on her show.
"I've never even been curious," Williams continued this morning. "It's so complicated being a woman, I can't imagine two of us in a relationship. Yesterday after the show, I got the surprise of my life, at 55 I got a period. I can't deal with two women!"
She ended the segment by giving a "shoutout" to Robyn.