AceShowbiz - After her controversial cornrows hairstyle, Kim Kardashian is once again criticized for sharing her NSFW photos. It's Wendy Williams who sounded off about how unnecessary for the reality TV star to bare her body on Instagram.
Wendy said on her show Tuesday, January 30 during her "Hot Topics" segment, "Kim, it's clear Kanye [West] has nothing for you except dribble and dribble and evil conversation." The 53-year-old star added, "It is clear that Kanye does not pay attention to you. It's clear to me that you're desperately trying to stay in the spotlight."
The talk show host continued, "Kanye makes money, Kim makes more, why are you still doing this? It's not even about the mother thing, forget the mother thing, because a lot of people will say, 'Oh, she's a mother.' It's about, she doesn't have to do that anymore."
"That would be like Cardi B returning to the poll on a Saturday night or something like that," she added. "There were a lot of racy pictures; We saw full boob... sure she has a beautiful body, but so what. Between taking filtered selfies and the 25 hours it probably took to braid your hair that way."
Wendy went on defending Lindsay Lohan, who seemed to throw shade at Kim over her "Bo Derek braids." Wendy said of the 31-year-old actress who was a guest on her show earlier this month, "No, excuse me, she did not have the foreign accent when she was here. Lindsay is back and ready to be back on top."
LiLo previously commented on a picture of Kim sporting her new braids hairstyle, "I am confused," to which Kim responded, "you know what's confusing... your sudden foreign accent." Kim was referring to the puzzling European accent that Lindsay adopted in late 2016 after a year of traveling.
After showing off her controversial braids hairstyle, Kim took to Instagram to share a slew of her racy pics. She exposed her bare breast and wore nothing but a fur coat and skimpy white panties while rocking the blonde cornrows in one super NSFW snap.
Responding to the backlash she received over her "Bo Derek braids" for which she was accused of cultural appropriation, the KKW Beauty founder posted another photo on Instagram and captioned it, "Hi, can I get zero f**ks please, thanks."