Wendy Williams has set her sights on Beyonce once again.
A little over a year ago, the awful talk show host trashed Beyonce as someone who manipulates the media and as someone who can't talk very well.
Now, Williams is going off on Beyonce for the timing of her latest album release, somehow connecting the singer's HBO special on Saturday night and subsequent dropping of "Lemonade" with the sad passing of Prince.
"Quite frankly, I wish Beyoncé had held off on the album after Prince. Like, the weekend had blown over," Williams told her audience on today's episode.
Nevermind, apparently, that the HBO program was scheduled weeks in advance and the album release was tied directly to the album.
And nevermind that Williams is basically saying no one in the music business should continue to do business within some imaginary window of a famous singer dying.
And nevermind that we're guessing Prince would have been an enormous fan of the artful way in which Beyonce dropped this album.
"And Bill Cosby, don't get beside yourself. Long after prince is gone, and Beyoncé and Jay Z are still together, we are going to circle back around and still deal with you," Williams also said today... for no reason whatsoever except she figured it sounded edgy.
In light of Beyonce's "Lemonade," which seems to make MANY references to Jay Z cheating on his wife, Rachel Roy came out and implied that she was the rapper's mistress at some point in the recent past.
There's a history here, too, in that Roy was married to Jay Z's former business partner and has allegedly feuded with Solange Knowles.
But don't try telling that to Wendy Williams.
She isn't buying talk of Roy as Jay Z's side piece.
"So Rachel Roy, first of all, you're not this fighting girl," Williams said.
"Unless you're on Jay Z and Beyoncé's payroll, and they pay you to mix it up for I guess sales for the Lemonade."
Yes, because Beyonce definitely needs to pay a woman to pretend to have slept with her husband in order to increase sales of her record.
Finally, Williams went on to mock Beyonce's fans for mistakenly going after chef Rachael Ray on social media instead of Rachel Roy
“Similar name but not the same thing,” the irritating TV personality said. “Like, leave this white lady alone!”
So edgy! So controversial! So based in so few facts!
In other words: this whole rant was just so Wendy Williams.