(dance pop music) It’s time for ask Wendy. Oh wait, no but you, you, you Yikes! How you doing? How you doing? What your name, where you’re from, what do you do? Maria, I’m from DC, and I’m a administrative coordinator.
(yelling in background) Okay. How can I help you Maria?
(crowd applause) Okay, so I have a 21 year old daughter, she’s absolutely gorgeous, Okay. She’s spoiled rotten. Okay. So she didn’t graduate from college, so she’s back at home right now. Okay And she’s living her best life because she has these, what I call, “sponsors.” These are these male friends.
(crowd murmurs) They come and they take her out. They buy her things– I love a sponsor, but I’m grown.
(crowd applause) Yes, so, my question is What can I do to help her understand that this is not going to continue. That–
Kick her out. (crowd laughing) Cause Maria, you know, honestly like, moms should not have to see this and, back when we were young,
Yeah. our moms didn’t, did your mom see that in you? No, absolutely not– My mom and dad never saw anything filthy in me until I got this damn show. (crowd laughing) You know what I’m saying?
(crowd applause) Yep. Like, honestly, I was always a respectful daughter, so if you don’t want to see it, the best you can tell her is, by July first, Okay? She better be out with her own apartment. maybe you give her
Oh, okay. The first,
Okay. not the last, but maybe the first and security. Okay, all right. All right, all right.
You know what I’m saying? So, and that way you don’t have to see it cause she’s going to do what she wants to do Yeah, that’s what she’s doing. You’re busy– is her dad in the house? Oh absolutely. Yeah, he’s there too.
What’s he say? Well he– Dad sit around while a daughter has a sponsor? Yeah.
(crowd laughing) He’s not throwing “bows.” No, he’s not, he’s not. I mean, he just goes with it as well, you know, he’s okay with it I guess. We want her to get out and get a job, and everything, but right now she’s at these friends, these sponsors
she’s got until July first. that–
No. Today’s February third Third, yep. Okay, she’s got until July third. (laugh) Okay (crowd laughing and applauding) Yeah, no. No, for real. Cause she’s gonna be who she is, but she can’t disrespect you and her dad. Yeah, yeah. Okay
All right. Thank you. (crowd applaud) Okay, come here, come here. When the doors opened, I noticed you immediately. Thank you. Okay. I’m seeing it up close (speaks French) (crowd yells)
(crowd applauds) Who are you? My name’s James. Hi James– Ohh, James.
(crowd laughing) How you doing, Wendy? How you doing, James? Where’re you from, what do you do? I’m from Tampa, Florida, but I live in Brooklyn. But that, do you have a– are you “booed-up?” Yes, I do. I have a boyfriend. He got a jog camera for Christmas, and he uses it to check on the dogs while we’re at work. Oh, wait, is that what we’re talking about? Yes.
(crowd cat-calls) Okay, oh God, okay sorry (crowd laughing) go ahead. Now he uses the dog camera to check up on me while I’m at home. (crowd murmurs) Even if he’s in the bedroom, he’ll use it to see what I’m doing in the living room. He’s like, “are you eating ice cream right now?” (crowd laughing) Is it wrong to want a little bit of privacy? What is he? A food Nazi? (crowd laughing) A diet Nazi. Yeah, it’s wrong to check up, you know what? This funny thing cause when they had the girls over they were like, “Why don’t you have indoor cameras?” I said, “cause one day they’ll turn on me.” (crowd laughing) And you’ll see more than I care for. Yeah, you know what, if he has those cameras and he insist, just put an old piece of masking tape up there
(crowd laughing) and have the time of your life
(crowd applauding) or have the conversation with him that this is not right. Thank you. Yeah. All right. (dance pop music)