Wendy Williams has weighed in on Kanye West's breakdown, saying she's concerned for the rapper and Kim Kardashian and feels for their kids.
On Monday, police responded to a call for a welfare check on the 39-year-old rapper around 1:20pm Pacific Time. The father-of-two was at his trainer, Harley Pasternak's home at the time and was reported to be 'acting erratically', reported TMZ.
At the time, Kris, Khloe and Kourtney were all at the Angel Ball in New York which was put on to honour the late Robert Kardashian.
Kim was also due to attend but flew straight back to LA after learning of her husband's hospitalisation.
Weighing in on her show on Tuesday, the TV host branded the Kardashians "opportunistic" and said Kris should have flown back to be with the rapper.
First, Wendy praised Kim for heading straight back to LA, and also said Khloe and Kourtney were right not to return.
"So by the time she [Kim] lands in New York and then has to turn around - that’s what a good wife does. However, I don’t think that the sisters should have moved because this is not their situation. If you want to be a wife, be a wife. We didn’t all marry your husband.
She then went on to claim: "Second of all, this family has proven to be a bit more opportunistic on people’s spiralisations - can we say Lamar Odom? At least I feel like Kris should have been there - she could have jumped on the next plane."
She continued: "You catch the next plane, mum. Hire your own plane and you come to LA. After all, mum, it’s not like you need to be there to honour dad.
"You didn’t exactly turn out to be the most honourable wife when dad was here mum. Word on the street about alleged infidelity. They got divorced, she had her ways about her. You remember she was coffee, tea or me. No disrespect, but I’m just showing you that Robert Kardashian gave this girl right here her come up and she took it and she’s smart and she took the ball.
"We don’t all necessarily agree with how they make their money which is why I’m saying… Kanye should have taken time off, some people were saying, after Kim’s robbery. When you have a 21-city tour and you’ve already signed papers and you need money, because, depending on the stories you read, everything that is glittering is not necessarily golden. You know, it costs a lot.
"I do not feel bad for Kanye and Kim only because they have built this life, but I feel bad for the innocence of Saint and North.
However, Wendy did go on to say she's concerned for both Kanye and Kim and wishes them both well.
"I am concerned for them though. Don’t get used to hearing this out of my mouth. No, but I am concerned for them. I do feel Kanye… lost his mum.
"The anniversary [of her death] was November 20 so you can imagine - or maybe you can’t - what this man is going through. If he is looking at the Kardashians as being his only family, well, good luck with that.
"We wish you well Kanye. And Kim, we wish you well too."