Wendy Williams is punching back at critics who think she's weak.
The 54-year-old talk show host was photographed in a Walmart in upstate New York riding an electric scooter. She had taken a camping trip to the area with some friends she met in a sober living house.
Some people on social media shamed her for her appearance in the photo, calling her "frail" and "lonely."
"The staff let me and my girls use the scooters because there was nobody there," Williams said on her show Monday. "It's 4 o'clock in the morning in Elin, New York. ... What do you want me to wear? A ballgown?"
She added: "You know I have the Graves' disease, where I have pressure by my eyes. They caught me with an eye pop also."
Williams showed off more snaps from the trip, including a shot of her riding an ATV and holding a gun. She said, "Thank you, blogs. Do I look frail to you?"
Williams revealed in February 2018 that she had been diagnosed with Graves' disease, an immune system disorder that affects the thyroid. She described it as "a mess going on inside my body." The host took a few weeks off from her show after announcing her diagnosis.
“Someone with Graves' disease may have palpitations, they may feel very warm or hot, they may have a tremor of the hand, they may have some eye syndromes — even a bulging of the eye," Dr. Roshini Raj told Inside Edition. "They also may have a goiter or an enlargement of the thyroid gland."
And just last month, Williams revealed she has been living in a sober house.