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Why people think Wendy Williams' unfortunate viral moment is karma

Some people would call it the classic case of karma. Others may call it the by-product of reaching a particular age. Whatever it is, television host Wendy Williams went viral for this embarrassing moment.

Why people think Wendy Williams' unfortunate viral moment is karma

The Wendy Williams Show, Monday March 15, 2021.

Screenshot of YouTube video by Breanna Robinson

Some would call it a classic case of karma. Others may call it the by-product of reaching a particular age.

Whatever it is, television host Wendy Williams was divulging some gossip about Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's recent divorce, when her body appeared to have a mind of its own. Williams allegedly simultaneously belched and farted on her talk show, The Wendy Williams Show, which seemingly could be heard on the microphone.


Williams was in the process of speaking about Kim Kardashian, alleging she probably had five different boyfriends after splitting with Kanye West.

That's an interesting thing to insinuate.

Past reports made claims about Kardashian seeing Van Jones, especially during their time working to aid criminal reform initiatives. However, nothing ever happened with that gossip, and the speculation ceased.

I remember the times I would laugh so hard as a child the same thing happened to me, although it wasn't a karma thing. At least, I hope not. It was my birthday, and my grandma brought me some cupcakes to give to my classmates.

While I was laughing, and having a good time, the faintest sound of a fart escaped, and I immediately started crying in embarrassment when someone screamed, "eww." Anyways, I got over it and prevailed!

Unfortunately, this isn't the first time Williams has been accused of flatulence on television. Last year, she appeared to lightly lift her leg before a slight sound escaped from the chair.

Whether this is a "karma" thing or not, at least Williams handled it in a way that wasn't aggressive just because she was embarrassed. What are your thoughts about Wendy Williams' seemingly embarrassing moment on television?

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