The 54-year-old TV personality also disses her estranged husband Kevin Hunter in the process, saying, ‘Look, my husband had a full baby with a woman he was involved with for 15 years.’
AceShowbiz –Wendy Williams lately has been living her life to the fullest with a new young boy. However, it seems like the TV host may need to feel cautious as the 27-year-old, who has been identified as Marc Tomblin, is reportedly a convicted felon.
According to court documents obtained by Bossip, Marc was convicted of robbery with a dangerous weapon and breaking and entering back in 2013. The report further stated that the North Carolina native committed the crimes within days.
Marc served fifteeen months for the two conviction before being released in 2014.
It appears that Wendy is fully aware of her new love interest’s criminal history. When TMZ asked her about the matter, “The Wendy Williams Show” host responded, “I am a 54-year-old grown a** woman. I know what I’m doing.”
It seemed like Wendy wouldn’t let anyone ruin the happy moment she had with Marc with the negativity. “Look, my husband had a full baby with a woman he was involved with for 15 years… where I was cooped up only to be a show pony. Now, I’m living my life,” Wendy continued saying, referencing to Kevin Hunter who was rumored to be fathering a child with his mistress.
This arrives after Wendy shared a photo of herself lounging by a pool as she held hands with Marc. “Last night was the most beautiful sunset in Sherman Oaks with special people,” so she wrote along side the snap. “Thank you, California! You’ve won me over! I’ll be back for the Hip Hop Festival in August! #92.3 #oldenoughtobeyourmother #verysexyman #mynewlife.”
Previous report suggested that Wendy met her new man in Los Angeles on Saturday, June 8 when she made a surprise stage appearance with Blac Chyna during her Cali vacation. It was also revealed that the man was the same guy who was with her on her car on Sunday night when a paparazzo caught up with them at Roscoe’s Chicken & Waffles.
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