Wendy Williams believes Halle Berry is “too good” for clapbacks on social media! This comes after the famous actress shot back at a troll who suggested she was incapable of keeping a man!
While many of her fans cheered on Halle Berry when she responded to the hater’s comments about her personal life, the talk show host sees things differently.
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Wendy discussed the headline-making clap-back on her show and shared her thoughts, going so far as to say the Oscar-winning actress is a little “cuckoo,” but in a good way!
“I feel some sort of connection with her, but I still feel like she’s a cuckoo. I’ve told you that before, Halle. I think you’re a cuckoo, but in a good way! I think you are too good for the things you do. See, your cuckoo dates all the way back to this thing where women don’t need men, ” Wendy said on her talk show.
Speaking of which, this all started with Halle posting a picture of herself shaking a T-shirt that read, “Women don’t owe you.”
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Many agreed and applauded her for the message, including a few other celebs, but one troll thought those words might have something to do with her failed novels in the past.
As you may know, Halle Berry was married three times and was also in a 5-year relationship.
“With all your achievements, fame and beauty, it seems like you CANNOT keep a man,” reads part of the user’s lengthy comment.
But instead of insulting the hater back, Halle held on to the positive vibes and responded, “Who said I wanted to keep them? I want to live your best life. If you make a wrong move, correct the course and then turn again and start over! ‘
Wendy later stressed that “I think complaining on social media is under Halle Berry. Maybe her team can come in and follow her social media like mine does. It’s the best people have ever had about your behavior when you’re upset at home and want to get out. ‘
The host told the actress to ‘stay there’.
However, it seems that Wendy has misunderstood the whole situation as Halle is doing well and her response was very classy and well thought out.