Wendy Williams Alleges Da Brat Hit On Her, Rapper Claps Back
On today’s (June 25) episode of The Wendy Williams Show, Da Brat appeared virtually and things got a little heated when Williams claimed the rapper hit on her.
After the audience finished welcoming the recently out rapper, Williams asked with widened eyes, “Did you hear me talking about you during Hot Topics?” Da Brat said back, “I came in on you saying something a little bizarre? Can you refresh, rewind and tell me what you said?”
Williams suggested that Da Brat had hit on her via text, calling her “pickup game” strong. Da Brat denied Williams’ claim of having “receipts” and took things a step further saying, “The last time we talked and I text you, it was after I saw your documentary, and I felt like you ain’t got no real friends and I wanted to be your friend, so I called to check on you. You better check your phone because I’ve got the same receipts,” Da Brat declared. “Don’t do that, girl. I love you but I ain’t never been attracted to you, girl,” she added.
After seemingly accepting Da Brat’s answer, Williams asked if she would then be attracted to her if she were gay with a big smile. To which Da Brat hilariously responds, “No,” while shaking her head, “not my cup of tea. But you’re fly!” She added that she already has her “baby” and her “forever.”
“I would never disrespect her to do that. At all. Ever,” Da Brat said of her relationship with entrepreneur Jesseca “Judy” Dupart. Wendy threw in another hypothetical at Da Brat, really trying to reel her in to admit to her attractions of the daytime talk show host. “If she wasn’t a part of the picture, how am I?” Williams asked once more with a huge smile across her face. This time, Da Brat answered her “no” even quicker.
The “Give It To You” singer said, “I love you but I wouldn’t want to get with you like that really. I just wanted to be your friend, because once you showed your vulnerable side, you’re like human like the rest of us. You know you used to scare us to death back in the day. I used to be nervous to come on your show because you would always say something that would just make somebody feel super little when they left, like they was just a piece of nothing.”
Williams later said that she was surprised that Da Brat came out only last year, suggesting that she was part of her process back in the day. “Girl, you were never part of my process,” Da Brat shot back, “not until I was ready to reveal anything did anybody know anything. And when I did it, that’s when I let the world know.”
“Back in the day, it wasn’t cool. You couldn’t do that. Ellen lost her job, her show. Back in the day, you could not do that, but thank God it’s different now. And I get to live out loud and live in my truth.”
Da Brat also appeared on Showtime’s The Chi, and has an upcoming WEtv reality show called Brat Loves Judy, which centers around her relationship with her girlfriend.