A Wendy Williams Mother

A Wendy Williams Mother

Wendy Williams Mother

When the news first broke out about Shirley’s death, Wendy didn’t release a statement immediately. Instead, the Daytime Emmy nominee confirmed that her mother died on The Wendy Williams Show. Wendy said on Monday, December 7, 2020, that her mother’s death occurred several weeks ago. Williams also shared that her mother died “beautifully and peacefully.” She also confirmed that her siblings, father, and son, were there to say goodbye to Shirley. While discussing Shirley, Wendy shared some of the moments they shared and told the crowd that her mom will “always be here.”


“My mom passed away many, many, many, many weeks ago,” Wendy said on the show. “You know how you lose track of the day and time? All I know was it was a long time ago. The five of us, my mom, dad, my siblings, the five of us — she will always be here.” The former ‘Masked Singer’ contestant added that she “passed away beautifully and peacefully, and surrounded by love.”

“You know how during corona[virus], during the world, topsy-turvy, people starving, people out of jobs, just in everybody’s life there’s something new, and you know how you lose track of the day and date, and the times, all I know is that it was a long time ago,” the host, 56, said. “She passed away beautifully and peacefully and surrounded by love. She didn’t suffer, not one bit, thank goodness.” (Source: www.usmagazine.com)


“I can not express how EXTREMELY heartbroken I am for u at a time like this,” Luenell wrote. “I know you, I know you will probably never see this and I’m not going to bother Calling you yet but…I just want to go on record and say Rest In Heavenly peace Momma Shirley Williams. It was a pleasure to have gotten the chance to meet your Mom Wendy and spend time with her. I got you. I’m here if you need me.”

She was also known to be a community leader through groups like the Monmouth County Council of Girl Scouts and the Central Jersey chapter of the National Association of Negro Business and Professional Women’s Clubs. She won the 1988 Now Black Woman award from The Drifters, a national group of Black women that supports educational opportunities for youth. (Source: www.nj.com)


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