Don’t go asking J Hud if she’s had surgery to help lose the weight. She may go straight ‘Southside Chicago’ on that azz.
On the latest episode of ‘When Twitter Goes Wrong,’ Jennifer Hudson went off on a fan after she was asked did she have surgery to assist her in losing weight. Jennifer, who has dropped from a size 16 to size 4 (and maybe even smaller) over the past year, has always maintained that she lost the weight through Weight Watchers, with whom she’s currently a spokesperson. While Jennifer was responding to her fans on twitter yesterday, a follower asked:
“Did you get surgery to assist in your weight loss? Or is it all weight watchers?”
“Pls don’t ask me no more dumb ass questions . If [you] try [Weight Watchers] you would know you don’t need any assistance . U people r so brain wash.”
After that, things went downhill. The follower voiced that she was a consumer who had the right to ask, with some not so nice words about Jennifer letting her malnutrition go to her head, and J Hud got ‘Southside Chicago’ real quick.
Jennifer: “lol u funny! Thank u for your hate n clearly the gym ain’t working for u cuz u look a mess. I’m sorry yal hold on! watch what u say cuz I might have to buy a plane/flight n come show u some of my southside n then come back home to where your not!”
The Follower: “B—h you have crows feet, laugh lines, your knees are knocked, and on the Essence cover you had stretch marks. Do you really? Your last cd hit six feet so the only way your getting paid is to starve and rotate them WW commercials. Your husband is gay, everybody knows but your blind a–. But you can’t see that because your starving a– is going nuts. B—h don’t do it because I will drag your a– from WHERE YOU AT all the way here down south. B—h u were a size 24, could only pull a gay man and you attack because you’re a size 0? #LETSNOT Threats? Child. You are so lame. Threatening to put hands on me is unbecoming. You’re beginning to look stupid.”
My goodness. Thumb Thugging at it’s finest. Jennifer recently visited Tony Sculfield and the Morning Riot Show and explained why she went off, saying it all boiled down to respect:
“I don’t know why, but somewhere along this weight loss people forgot that I am from Chicago. But it’s not even that. It’s to me…it’s when you know it’s me on there. I literally sit and I talk to my fans all the time, so you know it’s me and you know you’re talking to me. And I feel as though, don’t say nothing to me on Twitter that you not gonna say to my face. I don’t know, somewhere along the lines, people think they can talk to celebrities any kind of way…we are people, too. Just the same as you want your respect we want ours.
It’s not just what you say but how you say it, so excuse me guys, I lost my celebrity religion for a second, give me a second and I’ll be right back.”
When asked by the host to set the record straight for good, ‘Lipo, Yes or No?”, Jennifer responded:
Oh, my God if somebody asks me that question one more time. ‘Can you give me your secret?’ Every time that commercial comes on I’m giving you the secret and it will work for you, if you try it. I give you the website, the phone number; I can’t tell you no more that ‘Weight Watchers’ work, it really does. Also, it can be done naturally and that’s another reason why I got frustrated is because I’m out here trying to put out a positive message. I know I’ve done this naturally; I do not appreciate you undoing what I’ve done and trying to make it negative.
Sometimes you want to go postal when someone comes at you crazy via twitter, however, 9 times out of 10, the person e-thugging has more to lose than you do. Jennifer is a superstar with major endorsements. She has to realize that people are going to keep inquiring about the weight loss, especially those who are interested in losing weight, so she can not continue to get pissed off about it. It took Star Jones 3 years to come clean and tell her fans that she had went under the knife to lose weight after she danced around the subject for years. It doesn’t make the situation any better with Jen threatening to snatch wigs when people ask.