AceShowbiz - Is Wendy Williams that obsessed with Kim Kardashian? After accusing the "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" star of being attention-seeker for sharing a saucy photo of herself online, the controversial talk show host took yet another jab at the star, calling her "selfish" for debuting her new baby daughter Chicago on her sister Kylie Jenner's baby reveal video.
While Wendy's apparently having a good time by continuously dissing Kim during the "Hot Topics" segment of her show, Kim's just laughing it off as she's not fazed by Wendy's remarks, according to a friend close to the star. Speaking to HollywoodLife.com, the insider says, "As far as Kim is concerned, Wendy is a bitter, delusional troll."
The source goes on accusing Wendy of "using Kim's name to drum up publicity, yet again, and she's best left ignored." The source adds that the 53-year-old host's "criticism is so ludicrous, because, let's face it, if Kylie didn't want Chicago in the video she would have had her edited out, I mean, come on now."
The insider also shares with the webloid that Wendy seems to be obsessed with Kim. "It's like she watches her every move and analyzes everything she says, does, or wears," the source proclaims, adding that the mom of three "thinks it's about time Wendy got a life of her own, and stopped fixating on hers."
Wendy's latest remarks came just a few days after she slammed Kim for posting a nearly nude photo on Instagram. "It is clear that Kanye [Kanye West] does not pay attention to you," Wendy said about Kim on her show last week. "It's clear to me that you're desperately trying to stay in the spotlight."
Kim hasn't publicly responded to Wendy's continuous disses, but the blonde beauty recently gifted all of her famous haters her new "Bae" perfume from her KKW Emoji Hearts fragrance line, and the TV personality made it to the list.
On February 1, the same day Kylie's baby daughter was born, Kim posted a Snapchat video showing color-coded Post-It notes with the names of the recipients written on them. The names were split into three colors, blue for her "haters," and pink and purple for her "lovers" that included her family and friends.
"Alright guys. I am writing the list for my press boxes," she said in the video. "I'm going to send them to way more than this, but I decided this Valentine's Day, everyone deserves a Valentine, so I'm going to send them to my lovers, to my haters, to everyone that I think of because it is Valentine's Day after all."