Collected Quotes: Wendy’s Got The Heat

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“I think all of that doting and hand-holding makes the healing process that much slower.”
—  “And Baby Makes…” Wendy’s Got The Heat (Page 184) – Wendy Williams

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“I have an aunt Joan who died the year before I was born. My name is Wendy Joan. She was thirty and I always feel like aunt Joan is my liaison to God. [For] God is too busy to watch all of us so every one of us has a representative. My one representative is my aunt Joan. And she only alerts God when it’s something really big. Otherwise she handles all of the business for Him on my behalf.”
—  “Kevin’s Side.“ Wendy’s Got The Heat (Page 213) – Wendy Williams


“I think all of that doting and hand-holding makes the healing process that much slower.”
—  “And Baby Makes…” Wendy’s Got The Heat (Page 184) – Wendy Williams


“When you tell people—particularly white people—that they can keep their money, […] because you muthafuckas think that we’re all slaves to somebody, white people, people in general, almost lose their minds.”
—  “Hot in Here.“ Wendy’s Got The Heat (Page 156) – Wendy Williams


“When you have a team—even when the world is against you—you feel like there is nothing you can’t do. Above and beyond everything, Kevin made me fearless. I had boyfriends in the past who cared for me very much. Hell, my parents make me feel loved and comforted. But at the end of the day who’s that nigga who’s going to be there for me when I need a nigga, not a fucking hug? Kevin was that nigga. He made me feel that there was nothing that I couldn’t accomplish.”

— “Hot in Here.” Wendy’s Got The Heat (Page 150) – Wendy Williams

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