Wendy Williams vows to abstain from sex during coronavirus outbreak- but quarantines with ‘boyfriend’ Boof at home – The Sun

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WENDY Williams vowed to abstain from sex during the coronavirus outbreak.

The daytime talk show host is, however, quarantining with 'boyfriend' DJ Boof at home.


In a "Wendy @ Home" video she said: “When I went to Dr. Oz, one of the things I talked to him about, I was like, ‘Dr. Oz, what do single people, including me, do about sex?’

"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?”

The 55-year-old added that Dr. Oz advised abstinence during the spread of the virus.

Wendy relayed: “I was like Oz, you got your wife Lisa, what about the rest of us out here?”

“He ended up saying, ‘You know what? Hold out. It’ll be over soon.’”

Throughout the video Wendy enjoyed lamb chop lollipops and fried soft-shell crab, washing it down with Orangina.

Later in the video a familiar face from show, DJ Boof, made an appearance.

The two discussed Boof participating in DJ D-Nice's recent "Club Quarantine" social distancing Instagram Live dance party.




Last April Wendy filed for divorce from husband Kevin Hunter, after 22 years of marriage.

Over the summer she was linked to a doctor.

But fans have always enjoyed her "relationship" with Boof.

In January she captioned the Instagram pic:  “Guess who took me for dinner because he likes to watch me eat?!”

34-year-old Boof replied with a series of laughing, crying eyes emojis, but fans seem to like the idea of the two of them together.

They wrote: "something definitely going on here and I like"

Another added: "When are you and @djboof making it official?"

They think the two should start dating writing: “Awwwe boof! You two would make a great couple!”

For now, Wendy's show is on hiatus during the coronvirus crisis.

Last week she appeared in an Instagram video talking to followers from a greenroom at the Dr. Oz show.

The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon and Late Night With Seth Meyers were also shut down.

Since then Jimmy has been producing "Home Edition" shows.

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