Chatting with host Wendy Williams, the entertainer provided more than enough information as she shared views on things ranging from Tyler Perry’s status as a soon-to-be dad to her own effort to have a child to sex addiction. Check out the highlights below via madamenoire.com:
Tyler Perry having a baby
Wendy: Tyler Perry is going to have his first child.
Tasha: Can you believe it?!
Tasha: Stop it Wendy! I used to think he was asexual. I didn’t think he had sex…at all! No but seriously… Stop it Wendy!! No, seriously. He’s like an uncle that never has sex. I was just shocked and I’m so happy for him, he’s going to be a daddy. I used to think that he would just be the uncle-daddy, you know?
Having a baby of her own with her husband of five years
Tasha: I’m kind of mad at him, he beat me and my husband to the punch.
Wendy: I remember the last time you were here you talked about desperately wanting to have a baby, a lot of women don’t put that out on national TV.
Tasha: And Wendy we are still trying to have a baby, ok? We are having sex all the time. As a matter of fact, we just got done. Up in your green room. I mean, why not, I’m ovulating. But Wendy seriously, it’s driving me crazy. And if it doesn’t happen this time, will you carry for me?
Wendy: I’m 50!….Would you consider adopting?
Tasha: I would rather do surrogacy before adopting. If I can’t do it, I’d rather find someone who would do it for me.
Wendy: Do you know Sherri? Well, I guess her surrogate’s busy…
Tasha: Well, honey, I don’t want her surrogate. I don’t want her surrogate. And nobody should ever want her husband… I shouldn’t go there but Wendy…Wendy!
And mind you, I did not believe in sex addiction, at all. I just thought you was a hoe, you just nasty, you just had to get it when you wanted to get it and give an excuse on why you getting it. But I did a lot of research on sex addiction, Wendy, and I am fully convinced that sex addiction is no different than alcoholism, drug addiction, gambling all of it. It is an addiction that’s connected to a mental disorder. And I don’t think people just getting hot and hard all the time.
Dang, maybe a little TMI. Anyway, to check out Williams’ full interview with Smith, click on the video below: