Wendy Williams: Kim Kardashian should quit reality TV

    Wendy Williams

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    Wendy Williams doesn’t have a lot of sympathy for Kim Kardashian in her clash with the paparazzi.

    Last week, Kim K. went off on Twitter about the paps getting a little too close for her comfort. The New York Daily News reports that Kim had a run in with photographers on Thursday and she let her Twitter followers know it as soon as she got herself together.

    “I wouldn’t let the paps get a pic of me today & they threatened my life & said if I continue to block shots then they will make my world a dangerous place to live in,” Kim tweeted. “How dare they threaten my life & my unborn child! This has gotten way out of control.”

    While some might agree with Kim’s outrage, Wendy doesn’t know what else Kim expected. In fact, the chat host really believes that Kim kind of brought the attention on herself. But one thing she does feel bad about is the extreme level of crowding Kim faces.

    “I wish I could say, I feel sorry or bad, but this is the life she asked for. Look at them surrounding her like she’s a gorilla in a cage,” Wendy said. “It’s horrible, but it’s what she asked for. And wait until the baby shows up!”

    Wendy predicts nothing but more chaos when baby KimYe arrives in July. And if Kim really wants to avoid all the commotion surrounding her becoming a mom, then Wendy suggested that Kim quit “Keeping Up With The Kardashians” and all of its spinoffs.

    “Just wait until you see what’s like when you become a mother. You need to get off of reality TV.” Wendy warned. “I think a clothing line from behind the scenes would be great for her. You know a children’s clothing line.”

    She concluded, “Let’s not talk about all the drama between you and Kanye that’s going to unravel because of those cameras.”

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