In an effort to continue her fight against drug abuse, Wendy Williams has launched a life-size billboard in Times Square that will run for three months with the goal of sparking awareness and saving lives.
According to Page Six, the billboard features a split video of a promotion for the “Wendy Show” and Williams’ Hunter Foundation, which launched a campaign called Be Here that serves to combat drug and substance abuse. The new billboard includes a message encouraging people to donate to the foundation to help fight addiction.
The daytime talk-show host previously told Page Six that she aims to “bring light” to the fact that addiction “doesn’t have to be your demise.”
“I lost a little over 10 years of my life regarding substance abuse, but I’m now going into Season 10 [of ‘The Wendy Williams Show’]. I’m married, I have a great career and a flourishing business … it’s not that you fall down, it’s how you rise. And if you rise, then you reach back.
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