Jan 22, 2014 06:10 AM EST
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“Madonna is lucky”-Wendy Williams Cries Over Her Son Who Does Not LIKE Her [VIDEO & REPORT]

By Jobs & Hire Staff Reporter(quimbygenota@gmail.com)
“Madonna is lucky”-Wendy Williams Cries Over Her Son Who Does Not LIKE Her [VIDEO & REPORT]
(Photo : YouTube) Wendy William

Wendy Williams unexpectedly burst into tears in her "Wendy William Show" while discussing the hot topic over Madonna's "N" word and admits to have a problem with his son.

In her show, the host opened up her personal problem with her 13-year-old son, Kevin.

"What I discovered this weekend is that my son doesn't like me anymore," she said.

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"You know how it is. I know what it is... Kevin, I discovered this a while ago, but the ball just got smacked home this weekend," she added, while trying to control her emotion.

She explained how different her relationship with her 13-year-old Kevin as "heart- breaking" compared to close and happy Madonna and Rocco relationship.

"He's all into his father, you know how 13 year olds are, I was the same way when I was 13, but it is breaking my heart," she explained as she wiped her face with tissue.

The host also shared her sentiments about her husband and her son who are currently having a healthy relationship, with her being left alone in the house.

"He's a father, he's a buddy. They talk sneakers; they go for haircuts; they speed off in the cars, and I'm just left there feeling like, 'Why you so p*ssed?' I'm not pi*sed, I'm a mom! ... Thank God he has his buddy, and father."

She was also blunt about the "Material Girl" being lucky with its son.

 "She's lucky that he (Rocco) likes her." She said.

Madonna had been accused of being a racist after using "N" word in her Instagram account. She posted a photo of her son Rocco boxing and used the hashtag "#disnigga". Thesinger then apologized to her million followers and explained her side.

The video below of "Wendy William Show" shows her breakdown during the show.

 

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