Wendy Williams Sobs, 'My Son Doesn't Like Me'

PHOTO: Talk show host Wendy Williams speaks at an event for NickMom, the nighttime comedy block for moms on the Nick Jr. channel, Sept. 25, 2013 in New York City.
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Wendy Williams recently broke down in tears on her show for a very personal reason: She's having family problems.

The talk show host, 49, revealed that she hasn't been getting along with her 13-year-old son, Kevin.

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"What I discovered this weekend is my son doesn't like me anymore," Williams said, sobbing. "You know how it is, I know what it is. ... I discovered this a while ago, but the ball just got smacked home this weekend."

Williams, who acknowledged that her son is likely just going through a phase, said that he often lashes out at her. And though she said that she was the same way when she was a teenager, it hurts.

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"He's all into his father. You know how 13-year-olds are. ... But it is breaking my heart," she said. "He says things to me like, 'Why are you so pissed?' Like I'm pissed all the time! Like I'm the one with the problem."

The silver lining, according to the talk show host, is that he has his father, Williams' husband, Kevin Sr.

"Thank God he has his buddy and father," she said, with a tinge of jealousy. "They talk sneakers, they go for haircuts, they speed off in the cars and I'm just left there!"

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