“She loves the meatballs at Fresco,” said the “Good Day New York” co-host, “and the last time I talked to her, she’s like, ‘OK, Rosanna, I am coming to Fresco, and I want the meatballs, and then you’re going to help me open up my own restaurant.’ And I’m like, ‘What, sister, you wanna take my people away to your restaurant?”
“I don’t know if she wants me to waitress or what,” Scotto kidded, “but she did tell me she wants to open her own restaurant, and she wants me to help… If there is [a restaurant] from Wendy, it will be big competition, but I love her.”
“We are cool, but it’s hard for me to talk about her sometimes. I try not to. When there’s something that I don’t really want to talk about on air, I kind of excuse myself from it,” she said, “I don’t want the scoop on my friend. They can have the exclusive.”
Since the unfortunate ending of The Wendy Willams Show, Williams, 58, has been suffering from ongoing health issues, substance abuse struggles, and concerns about her inner circle.