Actress Tabitha Brown hit back at Wendy Williams after the talk show host criticized her decision to back her husband Chance Brown so he could retire from the Los Angeles Police Department after 15 years on the job.
And Brown used the “Kill them with kindness” during an Instagram Live, while showing mature confidence in his demeanor and soft voice.
Williams, 56, opened up about her failed marriage to Kevin Hunter when she asked Brown to rethink her stance during the popular Hot Topics segment of Thursday’s episode of The Wendy Williams Show.
Case Brief: Tabitha Brown responded to Wendy Williams’ criticism of The Chi star’s decision to support her husband so he can retire from the LAPD after 15 years on the job
“I was married to one of them. “I’m making money!” And so on. “Go live your dreams! Open a business! Go, go, go!” See how it turned out, ” the talk show host said of her marriage to Hunter, which ended in divorce in 2020.
She then predicted that Brown’s wedding “would take place on rocky ground in a moment.”
“They can invest in stuff and lose money,” Williams explained.
“Then they invest again and he comes home and throws his bag on the floor. She’s like “What? What?” And he said to me, “I can’t do that and it’s your fault. You’re here making your money and everything and made me quit my job.” ‘
After friends of Brown, 42, informed her of Williams’ daring assessment and prediction of her marriage, the actress decided to respond directly.
Support: Brown, 42, used a healthy dose of maturity and self-confidence to explain that her husband supported his quest to become a successful actress, so she is now paying him to allow him to follow his dream and passion.
Talk show fodder: Williams discussed Brown’s personal decision on Thursday’s Hot Topic
“First of all, Wendy Williams, God bless you. God bless you, ”she said, looking straight into the camera with a big beaming smile.
“Wendy, the pain you have to feel to feel this, honey, I’m so sorry.” But listen, let me tell you this: 23 years that I have been with my husband, broken up for a very long time together. We have struggled for a very long time together. We have been successful for the past two years together.
Bursting with confidence, Brown revealed that she and her husband made a deal many years ago that her work with the LAPD would help support their union and family as she pursued her dream of being an actress.
“And I know, you might not know what it looks like in an authentic place, do you, but it was a deal that my husband and I had, and I told him 15 years ago years, in five years I was going to be able to get you out of there, so that you could pursue one of your dreams that you love.
The North Carolina native continued, “I was his dog in the fight and he believed in me and we’ve done it together for the past 15 years. I did it every year with him at LAPD and he did it every year with me with rejection and not in this entertainment industry.
Follow your dreams ! The North Carolina native said she and her husband Chance Brown struck a deal 15 years ago to support each other financially in each other’s ability to achieve their dreams.
It was at this point that Brown recognized her success as an actress with roles in The Chi, All Between Us, and Will & Grace, among others.
‘God blessed me. He allowed me to demonstrate. I have been praying about this for a very long time and it is now done, ”she explained, praising God several times.
While still projecting her contagious calm and relaxed demeanor, Brown offered a prayer for Williams, who in the past claimed that Hunter had cheated on her and had a child with another woman.
‘I pray that love will find you; true love. I pray that he will find you and hold you tight. I pray that someone will love you enough to see you when you are not feeling well, to see when you need real support, to see you when you need compassion, to see you when you need kindness, ”she said with genuine concern for her voice. .
‘I pray that someone loves you enough to sacrifice their life for you. I pray that this type of love finds you so that you understand why I don’t want my husband to put his life in danger anymore, wearing a bulletproof vest if he doesn’t have to and if he doesn’t. is not his desire.
Using personal experience: Williams, 56, referred to her failed marriage to Kevin Hunter when she pleaded for Brown to rethink her position of supporting her husband’s retirement during the Hot Topic segment of Thursday’s episode of The Wendy Williams Show
Brown revealed that her husband has a non-profit organization to help the children, which he will be able to grow and give more time to now that he will retire from LAPD.
“I pray that someone finds you, love finds you that turns you on that excites you the way I’m so glad my husband is growing his business, pouring into the kids and training these kids and doing other things that he does. dream.”
Brown added: “Let us all pray for people like Miss Wendy and others who have been so hurt or have never found a genuine love that fills their hearts with so much compassion and joy. that and find them. ‘
She concluded with what appeared to be an indirect message to Williams.
“I want you all to take care of your own business, okay, and have a most amazing day, but even if you can’t have a good one, don’t dare ruin anyone else’s.”
do it ! Brown has reaped the rewards of success with her acting dream job which includes roles such as Octavia in season four of the drama series The Chi.
Making her mark: Brown’s Hollywood resume also includes cop role in Will & Grace, starring Debra Messing