Wendy Williams didn't hold back when it came to commenting on Foxy Brown's upcoming memoir — with the show host claiming there are some serious skeletons in the singer's closet. Williams accused the 42-year-old of having a sexual relationship with Jay-Z before he and Beyoncé linked up.
On the Wednesday, June 16, episode of The Wendy Williams Show, the 56-year-old discussed Brown's recently announced book, which is being written by Kim Osorio, about her most controversial and scandalous moments in the hip-hop industry.
“Foxy Brown has a memoir coming out in December. You might not care … [The book] is calling up on the most controversial moments of her history and life and hip-hop and so on and so forth," she told viewers, before advising Osorio to air out all of Brown's dirty laundry.
"Kim [Osorio], please don’t be weak with this writing," Williams pleaded. "Please — if you’re gonna tell it, tell it good. Foxy is very open about her life … but I remember when Foxy and Jay-Z had ‘I’ll Be’ — Foxy was the star of that,” she added, referring to their 1996 "I'll Be" tune.
She then dished: “[Jay-Z and Foxy Brown were] allegedly a romantical thing. Alright, I’ll say alleged — but we know, we know. Yeah, she hit it before Beyoncé! Allegedly. Mhm." Watch the episode below.
Jay-Z, 51, and Beyoncé, 39, first met in 2000 and began dating one year later. The power couple — who share Blue Ivy, 9, and 4-year-old twins Sir and Rumi — secretly wed in 2008 but were plagued by infidelity rumors in 2013.
The following year, a shocking video of Beyoncé's sister, Solange Knowles, violently attacking Jay-Z while Beyoncé silently stood by seemingly confirmed the scandal. And in 2016, the "Halo" crooner all but confirmed her husband's infidelity on her Lemonade album, with Jay-Z alluding to being unfaithful in his 2017 4.44 album.
After spewing about the artists' alleged relationship, Williams mocked Brown for her hearing loss, saying she hopes the "Get Me Home" crooner figures out how to make an audio version of her memoir.
“This is not necessarily a book that I would read, but this is a book that I would hear on tape. The thing is that Foxy can’t do her book on tape [due to her hearing issues]," she said. "But get somebody to put this book on tape!”
This isn't the first time Williams spoke her mind about another celebrity's life. OK! previously reported that after Ellen DeGeneres announced she was ending her The Ellen DeGeneres Show after 19 seasons, the outspoken host threw shade at the comedian.
On her Thursday, May 13, episode, Williams alluded that DeGeneres called it quits due to the toxic workplace drama that plagued her reputation and once beloved show last summer. "Nineteen years on TV doesn't change your life, it exposes you for the person that you really are," Williams insisted.