Settle on in, friends, because this is a whole, whole lot of drama. See, Janet Hubert, more commonly known as the first, true Aunt Viv from "Fresh Prince of Bel Air," tuned into to Wendy Williams' show to see her former television daughter, Tatyana Ali, talk about her life. Sounds pretty normal, right? And it was, before Wendy changed everything.
Apparently, Wendy Williams thought it was relevant to bring up Janet and the reason for her departure from "Fresh Prince," which, by the way, took place in 1996. And after Janet saw that, and after she watched Wendy push her questions a little too hard for her own taste, she decided to write Wendy a little letter.
It's pretty long, but here's the gist of it:
Girl you will have some stars on your show and demean them before they even make it back home. I just would like to know who died and told you that you were reborn as Oprah. You want to be Oprah so bad that you would kill for it and you will kill anyone to achieve success. Sister, you will never be another Oprah. Oprah lifted her audience up and exuded an air of class.
You can always count on (the original) Aunt Viv to serve up a nice helping of Real Talk, can't you? It doesn't even matter if she was right or wrong, if she overreacted, or if she was just standing up for herself and her friend, because when Aunt Viv tells you something, you better listen.
Oh, hey, remember that episode where she auditioned for the dance thing, just to prove she could still do it? Flawless.
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