Wendy Williams Defends Gwen Stefani Following Gavin Rossdale's Quarantine Diss

The talk show host addresses the 54-year-old singer's remarks about the 'tricky' situation that he, ex Gwen and kids are forced to be put in as he's separated from their kids due to coronavirus lockdown.

AceShowbiz - Wendy Williams is taking Gwen Stefani's side in the wake of Gavin Rossdale's quarantine diss. In the latest home edition episode of "The Wendy Williams Show", the TV host slammed the Bush frontman for complaining about how coronavirus pandemic made co-parenting with his ex-wife a tricky situation.

Weighing in on the matter, the 55-year-old said on Tuesday, April 14, "Gavin says that Gwen makes it difficult, because when he drops his two boys off ... three boys off to Gwen's house that he doesn't know who the boys are socializing with. So now he's dealing with corona, maybe, based on who they socialize with."

Admitting she "had no idea they were still fighting like this" even after divorcing for four years, the TV personality told off the 54-year-old rocker. "Gavin, you have to pipe down and go along with what your ex says," she advised.

"If you're really an unselfish man, you let your ex-wife have the kids during this quarantine," the ex-wife of TV producer Kevin Hunter went on. "We love dads, but moms are the No. 1 parent, so why don't you just drop the kids off at the house."

To be fair, Williams also threw some criticism at Stefani and her current boyfriend, Blake Shelton. "Even though I love Gwen and Blake together a part of me feels that Gwen and Blake are selfish," she pointed out, before stressing that the music power couple have to "take responsibility for these kids" as well.

Just days earlier, Rossdale opened up about his issue with split custody amid the COVID-19 lockdown. Speaking on SiriusXM's "Trunk Nation", the 54-year-old revealed that his three sons, 13-year-old Kingston, 11-year-old Zuma and 6-year-old Apollo were quarantining with their mother and Shelton on his Oklahoma ranch.

"It's a real big dilemma for parents and kids with split custody," he said. "I know who's around me and know who's bringing the corona - no one - but you send your kids out and now they're coming back to you, and now you're prone to whoever they're with," the rhythm guitarist continued, adding that "it's a tricky one with all divorced parents."

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