Wendy Williams said that The Clark Sisters need to “step up their game.” The talk show host was discussing Snoop Dogg’s gospel album and asked her audience if The Clark Sisters could be upset about the rapper earning the number 1 spot on Billboard’s Top Gospel Albums chart.
That Grape Juice reports that Williams was dragged on social media for insulting The Clark Sisters. Wendy addressed her comments and Kirk Franklin responded.
Wendy Invites The Clark Sisters To Perform On Her Show
The video above shows Williams addressing her comments. She doesn’t apologize but explains that she didn’t mean any harm. Wendy invites The Clark Sisters to perform on her show.
Kirk Franklin Claps Back At Wendy Williams
I would be nothing without the CLARK SISTERS. I’m not even in the same category. I’m just now getting to where they started. Salute.
— Kirk Franklin (@kirkfranklin) April 18, 2018
Kirk Franklin is one of the many people who clapped back at Wendy Williams after she insulted The Clark Sisters. In the tweet above, Franklin explains that The Clark Sisters paved the way for artists like him and he doesn’t think he’s on their level.
Gospel Community Claps Back At Wendy Williams
The Clark Sisters……one of thee most INFLUENTIAL groups of ALL TIME!!!!! Sampled, borrowed from, imitated by groups and singers of alllllllll genres!!! Most recently sampled by Jay Z on the album 4:44 on the song Family Feud. #FACTS
— Michelle Williams (@RealMichelleW) April 18, 2018
Kirk Franklin wasn’t the only person who responded to Wendy’s comments. In the tweet above, Michelle Williams explains that The Clark Sisters are one of the most influential groups of all time. Michelle reminds Wendy that Jay-Z recently sampled the sisters on his hit song “Family Feud.”
Travis Greene shared the following tweet in response to Wendy’s comments:
— Travis Greene (@TravisGreeneTV) April 19, 2018
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