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Listen, listen, listen Linda. Linda, listen. Wendy Williams has been living her best life since the tumultuous time she experienced in breaking up with her husband of 20+ years while he was embarrassing her in the media flaunting another woman around while she was in a sober house. Those days seem to be long behind her as she’s been on air talking about having girls nights out, moving into a Manhattan apartment, smiling picking her son up from jail after he punched him in the nose and lately all the dates she’s been on.

Over the weekend she posted a pic of her and what appears to be a name insinuating she’s moved on already. With her head resting on his hand next to lap she captioned a photo for Instagram with “Last night was the most beautiful sunset in Sherman Oaks with special people. Thank you, California! You’ve won me over! I’ll be back for the Hip Hop Festival in August!” She added, “Old enough to be your mother… very sex man… my new life.” Okay, Wendy. We see you and your tenderoni. Listen, while typing this, autocorrect suggested the word “tenderizer.” Well, that too becasue she’s probably been tenderizing meat as well. She made a post the other day about being late and how she slept like a baby. Now in perspective it seems to be clear what she was talking about. The pic was taken during her break from her show where she’s been spending her time on the West Coast, specifically in Sherman Oaks. She attended L.A. Pride as well.

Now on Sunday night TMZ caught her outside of Roscoe’s Chicken & Waffles in L.A. asking how she was doing and she said, “Big [Kevin], God speed. Sometimes in life stuff happens and it’s OK. I still got a very full life that I really adore. Please don’t make me cry.”

Then there’s the relationship between her ex husband Kevin Hunter and her son, Kevin, Jr. The two haven’t spoken since the infamous fist to nose treatment Kevin Jr. gave his dad. The dad’s been reaching out for some time now sending paragraph texts only to get one word responses in return as we reported before and things appear to have not moved an inch forward since. We’re sure things will change at some point but it’s going to take time. It’s hard watching your father put your mother through it and be expected to be buddy buddy through it all. But as we’ve said before, you only get one father so it’ll be in his best interest to allow his process for dealing with the hurt and rekindle with his father before it’s too late.