Wendy Williams is no stranger to a little controversy due to her unfiltered approach on her talk show, and the most recent incident of shade-throwing was no different as she took aim at The Clark Sisters.
During her Wednesday show (Apr. 18), the host shaded the iconic gospel group The Clark Sisters, and questioned their legacy after bringing up that they’ve never had a number one hit, during a discussion about Snoop Dogg’s latest chart-topping gospel album.
Well, it looks like the Clark Sisters now have a new reason to dance, celebrate and sing “What the devil meant for evil, God turned it around for my good” as proclaimed in their #1 hit ‘Blessed & Highly Favored’.
After the comments she made on her show:
“If I were the Clark Sisters, would I be mad that Snoop got to number one?” she asked her audience, who responded with laughter. “The Clark Sisters, they’ve been doing gospel forever, have they gotten a number one? Oh well, step up your game.”
It looks like the Christian community were not having none of it and many other pastors and celebrities such as; Tasha Cobbs, Jahmal Bryant, Kierra Sheard, Kirk Franklin, Michelle Williams and more defended the musicians, who have been on the scene since the late- 60’s, and yes, they do have a few number one songs and Grammys under their belts.
Thanks to Talk Show host Wendy Williams for slamming them, because it looks like they are back at the top of the charts.
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