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Wendy Williams angers viewers days after saying “I will do better”

It was inevitable that Wendy Williams would say something of questionable taste even after crying through an apology and vowing “I will do better,” but we didn’t expect it to happen so soon.

Last week, Williams attracted criticism when she said gay men shouldn’t wear skirts and that anyone who doesn’t menstruate will “never be the women that we are.”

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The comments were interpreted as homophobic and transphobic.

Then Williams posted a bizarre apology video, and holding back tears, vowed to “do better.”

Many viewers were left wondering what happened to the “do better” strategy after watching Williams’ Tuesday show, in which she discusses the death of celebrity therapist Dr. Amie Harwick, who was likely pushed off her balcony by an ex-boyfriend.

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Harwick was once engaged to The Price is Right host Drew Carey, which inspired Williams to connect Harwick’s murder to the line “come on down.”

You could hear a pin drop in the studio after she makes the joke:

The moment quickly became a talking point on social media: