The Last Call




It’s true…the “Queen of Radio” Wendy Williams is hanging it up. Sure, she gets a ton of labels and while you’re likely on Suite903.com because you’re looking to ooze your mind with peaceful tunes and orgasmic thoughts, the name “Wendy Williams” immediately deads those hopeful emotions and the “Game” frown begins to form, right? Definitely nowhere close to an R&B artist herself, however, you cannot knock the hustle of Miss Williams. From classic interviews to doing what your favorite radio host (do people still listen to radio?) would likely lose their job over, the days of “bad guy, good buy” are turning more into a reality than ever now...

"I want to tell all of my fans that after July 31st, I will no longer be doing a show with WBLS," she wrote in a statement. "I really was blessed to have a broadcast home in NY on radio for the past 7 years and I want to thank everyone who supported me. I have one of the best jobs in the world, making a difference in the lives of my fans made all the difference to me and I look forward to doing the same thing in my new role as a TV host. My hope is that you will do your best to find me on your remote so I can continue to entertain and inform you each and every day."

So there you have it, she literally took the words out of our mouths and put it all down… the curtains are closing and while she will use that good ol’ “radio face” for television from here on out, New York radio (and all those other syndications) will be scrambling around YouPorn sessions and Wall Street stats as they “attempt” to replace one of the most recognizable voices from radio. Tupac, Method Man and the other 945 rappers/singers/actors/writers/public figures she’s offended in one month alone: you guys all win. Now... how you do-ing? —Cyrus Langhorne

The Last Call