WENDY Williams insisted she’s NOT dating or “pushing up” on anyone.
However, her rumored boyfriend DJ Boof appears to be often staying in her home.
Wendy said on Fox 5 New York of dating during coronavirus: “I don’t know any of these men enough to have them in here…
“No, I’m not hugging, I’m not pushing up, I can wait.”
She admitted, though, it’s very flattering “catching the attention of new fan and friend, John Oliver.
Despite Wendy affirming she hasn’t been seeing anyone while quarantining, her rumored boyfriend, DJ Boof, was caught in the host’s home on live TV late last month.
He was still wearing the clothes from the night before.
Eagle-eyed viewers caught Boof in the first second of today’s live show.
He quickly walked behind Wendy and was wearing a white long-sleeve t-shirt along with a face mask.
Wendy and Boof have been spending a lot of time together in her apartment despite social distancing advisories.
She recently posted: “Poof rhymes with? Beautiful Saturday with my special friend.”
Wendy responded to those who ask why the two are not official.
She said: “We’re official friends!”
Rumors of Wendy and Boof’s romance began early this year.
Last year Wendy filed for divorce from husband Kevin Hunter after 22 years of marriage.
Back in March Wendy said she was abstaining from sex amid the pandemic.
She said: “Because as much as a wanted woman as I am, I’m not thinking about that.”
“I don’t want anybody over here.
“I think condoms are something random. You know, what about the sweat and the shower?”
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Earlier this week, Wendy criticized Madonna for attending her friend’s birthday party and even bringing a cake.
Wendy said: “About Madonna…I’m just finding that celebrities are really passing the wrong message on to everybody.”
She went on: “Just keep up with the social distancing.
“How about we do a basic thing like just stay in the house.”
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