Janet Hubert, best known for her role as Aunt Viv on the popular hit TV show The Fresh Prince of Bel Air, is back at it again. She left Will Smith alone, and now is coming after Wendy Williams in defense of Whitney Houston.
After the death of Whitney Houston on February 11, 2012 in her Beverly Hilton hotel room, Wendy went on air speaking about the tragedy just like everyone else.
But Wendy got personal with her audience, shedding tears for Whitney, exposing her past of being an addict just like the singer, but being able to kick her habit and become sober.
Janet Hubert aka Aunt Viv isn't buying the sob story though. She criticizes Wendy for being a bully who is at fault for bringing down her sisters instead of uplifting them.
Now, Whitney and Wendy have had their share of rough moments, even though the two have never actually met in person. Aunt Viv isn’t ready to forget those times, so she penned a letter to Wendy sharing her feelings.
But is she becoming the bully now? First Will Smith, and now Wendy?
Read the letter below.
I still have a bad taste in my mouth from a recent cut and paste meal from your beloved TMZ (THE MUDSLINGING ZONE). I believe you said once “If you heard it on TMZ then it must be true,” really Wendy? The Internet is indeed the information highway, but it can also be “a Forum of Hate.”
You said that morning with tears in your eyes, that you would not discuss Whitney any further, but you crucified her the whole time she was alive, as you do so many people on your show. I want to ask you why? What do you get out of this besides money?
How do you sleep at night knowing that you are one of the biggest bullies in the world disguised as HOT TOPICS? Celebrities are not topics we are people, just like everyone else, we hurt and we hear and we bleed real blood, not fake blood, just as you do.
How do we as parents teach our children to honor each other, treat each other with kindness when all they see are images of people like you who condone and promote meanness, rude reality TV stars, and your opinion as you berate world renowned people like Janet Jackson, Gwyneth Paltrow, and others you slam on a daily basis.
I keep asking myself why no one is saying anything about this. What the hell are they afraid of? Where are my sisters out there who feel as I do?
Well Wendy, I try to teach my son to stand up, shout, and scream when there is injustice. Yeah yeah, I know, I have been screaming for years and will continue to do so as long as there are images that depict black women as neck shaking, over bearing women who can’t get along.
A sister, a mother, a daughter, a star, left this world way too early; she was loved by the world. The world mourned, I don’t think that we needed you to try and take down another brilliant sister on that following Monday morning. (Your rude comments about Janet Jackson)
You started right back up without hesitation or pause… you need to stop Wendy. We need to stop, and the world needs to stop. I need to stop as well. There will be no more quotes from me to be misquoted. We need to join together, wrap our arms around our children, everybody’s children. Remember you have a child who will suffer every slingshot and arrow that gets thrown back at you Wendy; our public lives greatly affect our children.