Wendy Williams Advises Future Stop Having Kids and Tie His Joystick “In A Knot”:
Leave it to talk show host Wendy Williams to say what everyone else is likely thinking. During Wednesday’s (May 13) episode of Wendy @ Home, Williams condemned Future for having yet another child, this time with baby mama number six (seven, eight?) Elizabeth “Eliza” Seraphin.
She believes any woman who would have sex with the 36-year-old rap star suffers from a lack of self-esteem.
“I say he’s pathetic and so are you if you dare lay down with this man,” she says in the clip. “You think nothing of yourself. I’m talking about Future. And they say he’s worth $40 million dollars, sooooo what?! Eight kids, the DNA test is confirmed? Congratulations. The most recent one is one, so it took a year. Eliza Reign, she’s the one Future always said she calls Future ‘the bag.’
“Check baby? That’s pretty pathetic of her. But you gotta watch out who you sons lay down with … Come on! And she wants child support. $53,000 a month, for one child. That’s a lot of money. It’s just a horrible story all the way around. Future, you need to tie it in a knot and leave it alone, although I guarantee you, this time next year he’ll have two more kids. No condom-wearing, nasty …. talented though. But who cares?”
As Williams mentioned, Future accused Seraphin of calling the one-year-old child a “check baby” in February — which she denied.
“At this point, even I’m tired of hearing about the case,” she wrote on her Instagram Stories at the time. “It’s much easier to just be responsible. Honestly. And for the record, I have never referred to Reign as a ‘check baby.’ Others who dislike me have. People can make claims all day, but that’s a bit much. I love my baby and it shows. And that’s all ima say.”
Although Future never admitted to fathering the child, a DNA test reportedly confirmed the platinum-selling rapper is 99.9999 percent the father earlier this week.
Future had a busy Mother’s Day this year, posting tweets thanking six different women who are mothers of his children.