Ariana Grande Fans Want Wendy Williams Show Gone As #CancelWendyWilliamsShow Trends On Twitter [Video]

Well, Wendy Williams is always angering someone, and this time Williams has awakened Ariana Grande fans, who seek to have Wendy’s show axed with the #CancelWendyWilliamsShow trending hashtag. What did Wendy do or say to anger Ariana’s fans? The answer lies in the below video, wherein Williams said Grande looks like she’s 12-years-old and that because Ariana is also so short, Wendy doesn’t look at Grande as a woman.

As a result, Grande’s followers want to see Williams off the air. Whether or not the #CancelWendyWilliamsShow trending hashtag will fade into the background noise or, at minimum, force an apology out of Wendy remains to be seen.

“I don’t look at her as a woman.”

Ariana’s fans are going after Wendy for going after Grande — seeing as though Williams is an older woman. Grande’s followers call the talk show host a bully for lobbing such insults against their beloved.

“You know it’s nice to look younger than you are, but when you’re too young. And then you’re short. She’s only like four-feet-eleven…”

Grande’s supporters are no doubt clapping back at the woman who has gained plenty of enemies and fans herself over the years because Ariana — like all human beings — can’t help being short or looking prepubescent, if that’s how they were designed.

All sorts of defenses are coming into Twitter for Grande — from those folks tweeting that if Ariana looks 12, they want to look that good also to those posting GIFs of folks applauding the #CancelWendyWilliamsShow trending hashtag.

Other folks are seemingly supporting Wendy, who made her own news earlier this week for falling on stage and recovering nicely, reports the Inquisitr.

Others are confused as to why the #CancelWendyWiliamsShow hashtag is even trending.

Some tweeters don’t know why the hashtag is trending, but they are all for canceling the talk show anyway.

As far as Grande’s Twitter account, there’s no mention of the Wendy melee.

Wendy’s words are being called body shaming and bullying, only done to try and elevate herself. While some love Williams’ raw, “How you doin’?” girlfriend type of coffee talk, others apparently aren’t fans of Wendy. But with their #CancelWendyWilliamsShow trending hashtag, they’ve made it clear they’re loyal to Grande.

As far as Wendy’s Twitter account, there’s no mention yet of a reaction to the #CancelWendyWilliamsShow hashtag, but plenty of folks have unflattering things to say about Williams’ appearance on Twitter.

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