Evelyn Lozada Blasts Wendy Williams for Calling Her Baby a "Cash Register"

Evelyn Lozada, Wendy Williams

Evelyn Lozada Blasts Wendy Williams for Calling Her Baby a "Cash Register"

The new mom came after the talk show host on Twitter.

Published March 27, 2014

Evelyn Lozada is in mama bear mode. The reality star, who gave birth to a baby boy just days ago, launched an attack against Wendy Williams over Twitter on Wednesday after the talk show host referred to her newborn as a "cash register."

"Evelyn gave birth to a cash register, I mean a baby boy," the queen of shade said during her popular "Hot Topics" segment on The Wendy Williams Show. "I didn't mean to make that cash register joke, but you see why it's easy to be said. Evelyn, girl, congratulations." 

She continued to talk about Evelyn's fiancé, Los Angeles Dodgers player Carl Crawford (whose net worth is around $142 million, according to reports), "he's not a bad looking man, but he certainly wasn't getting the likes of Evelyn Lozada if he wasn't playing baseball... take care of your cash register!"

Lozada didn't take kindly to Williams' back-handed compliment, going off on the talk show queen on social media. "You know @WendyWilliams, I never bother anyone. I even bought you a beautiful bouquet of flowers congratulating your broadway debut...," she tweeted. "Since u want me 2 open Dulce n LA. Maybe ur man can come 2 that store & purchase shoes 4 another woman like he did @ my Miami store. Bloop!"

To add salt to the wound, Lozada finished off with, "Oh...BTW...he purchased the Casadei suede over the knee boots triple platform just in case you wanted to know. #NowPutThatOnHotTopics."

We have a feeling this isn't the last we're going to hear about the Lozada/Williams feud!

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Written by Evelyn Diaz


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