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Wendy Ho- NYC Most Respected HO

By David Rabadi

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Hey readers..... Now that Obama is president we can all BREATHE, what's even better SMILE, LAUGH because of JOY... I am based in NY but internationally known to ROCK with HOES... LOVE them and LEAVE them..  Until I met this Queen HO that goes by the name WENDY HO... Ladies gentlemen and all you under sexed… opps sorry that’s my “DAGGER” just give me a sec.. down BOY down… Ok I am back, as I was saying this HO got tricks that will make all your heads spin.. Turn you inside out, upside down round and round.. WHAT? Why did you all drop your JAWs? I guess you are all shocked I am praising a HO!! UHHHH I am and when you are done reading you will TOO..

Wendy Ho... What Bitch!!! All Photos by Anya Garret

David
How is the finest most respected Ho in all of New York doing?


Wendy
oh you know, every day a good day when you a ho!


David
Is Wendy Ho a name you got from being popular with all the boyzzz/ where does it stem from and why do you choose to go by it?

                                           
Wendy
Wendy Ho
is a name I got from a friend after I started rapping at college parties, my real name is Wendy Jo Smith, and they all started calling me Wendy Ho. Alas, the only boyz I've ever been truly popular with are the gays.

lets take a INTERMISSION: Sir-CuritY

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jZkdcYlOn5M


David
What does the character Wendy Ho have in common with you Wendy Jo Smith?


Wendy
Character is always an extension of self, and I would say that Wendy Ho is my livin out loud, over the top, crazy, angry, oversexed self.  I've been all of these things in the past, but now my life is pretty stable.  What we do have in common is that we work through these extremes to share our own humanity and vulnerability in a funny and crazy way.


David
Describe the transition you go through to bring Wendy Ho to life?


Wendy
Well it’s like giving birth, and unless you a virgin givin birth to a messiah, birth is messy.  Wendy Ho comes to life through songs and theatrics. It’s a funny dichotomy that I have to stay in great physical shape in order to play a somewhat toxic character.  The clothes are brighter, tighter, sexier, and flashier. There are eyelashes and hair pieces.

Wendy Ho... black and proud


David
Does Wendy Ho express more of what you want to release creatively? 

                                                                                                                              
Wendy
Hmmm....not sure what you mean by that, but at this point Wendy Ho expresses ALL that I want to release creatively. There's no limit. In other words, there's nothing that I can't express as her.  We're working the range from loud, crazy, overjoyed trash to hurt, vulnerable, lonely, but still trash;-).


David

The concept of your show is comedy, singing along with audience participation what influences you to combine music with comedy?


Wendy
It's pretty simple. I love music. I love laughing, especially the laughter of being surprised or shocked. I also love acting like a bitch and flipping out in an angry tirade because I don't get to do that with people in my life very often.


David
Take me back to the day you decided you wanted to be up on stage entertaining?


Wendy
I was coming down what seemed like a moist, dark, tight, tunnel. There was a bright light. My head was being squeezed.  I couldn't breathe, a man unloosened the noose of an umbilical cord, cleared my throat with his finger. He smacked my ass and I started to wail.


David(LAUGHING)
Were you the little girl that entertained all your friends and family?


Wendy
Yes, I was for my family at least.  When I went to grade school I didn't have very many friends. I was a chunky, trailer trash kid that went to a private school with a bunch of rich kids.  Not too many people liked me.  I wore that need for acceptance on my sleeve. I tried very hard, but the theater was the only place for my kind of "trying."   My mom and dad encouraged me to sing and audition. I was always singing, even as a baby. 

Yeahhh that right bitch that's right... I didn't think so!


David

Do you have a supportive family when it comes to your career?

                                                               
Wendy
Yes my Mom and Dad are the most supportive and loving parents in the world. They don't always agree with my lyrical content, but they always find a way to laugh.  They know I'm happiest with this "thing" I've created, and so they're happy for me.


David
What is the most difficult obstacle in your career you had to overcome as an entertainer?


Wendy
My insecurity.  My need to be liked by everyone. That voice in my head that tells me "this will never be enuff."


David
In the opposite direction what is the most rewarding part for you as an entertainer?


Wendy
The most rewarding part is overcoming that insecurity.  Going beyond that negative voice, and digging deep to connect with people is huge. Truly accepting that not everyone will like me, but there are some that truly LOVE and APPRECIATE what I do.  The fact that anyone gives a shit about what I do is amazing to me.


David
What do you enjoy to do on your days off?


Wendy

On my days that are truly off--which are never.  As in no working out, no yoga, no laundry to do, no housecleaning, etc. I like to just zone out and watch bad reality TV.


David
Tell me something most people don't know about you?


Wendy
I don't eat ass. But if I did, I would eat Eminem's.


David
If not an entertainer/ what else would you have chosen as a profession? I am thinking Nun?

  
Wendy
Oh hell no...but kinda close...I would be a Bikram Yoga Teacher. That's like a nun in that you're devoted to a spiritual practice. But the practice is hot, sweaty, and intense. Oh..and you can still have sex. I might still go to teacher training one day. We'll see!


David
Its 2009! Obama is our leader what are your thoughts?


Wendy
I think I'm bout to put on a navy blue dress and a black beret and get me some of that man's DNA! He is HOT. But fo real’s, he is very inspiring. He's one of those leaders that inspire a lot of work to get done! A lot of great, proactive energy.  As always, I'm ready to get dirtayyyyy.


David

What do all the readers have to look forward to in 09 from the very lovely sweet Miss Wendy Jo Smith’s character Wendy Ho?


Wendy
March 28th tune into Showtime's I Can't Believe I'm Still Single. I'm workin the ho fantastic in this crazy docu-reality show with Eric Schaeffer (who wrote/directed/starred in If Lucy Fell.)  I'm also workin on a new album called Wendy Ho is CUNTAGEOUS. New video content @ WendyHo.Net!  And you KNOW Ho will keep the duality tight with her need for thick dick as well as spiritual enlightenment.  Stay tuned. I'm in the midst of a Trans-HO- mation. Namaste!

i like looking up at it..


David
I have a question for Wendy Ho, Does she have a pimp if so do you share him with Wendy Jo Smith?


Wendy
Oh hell to the no..no pimps for this QweenHo. I'm an independent contractor. I mean I don't Ho no mo sexually, I Ho holistically and entertainingly.  But if a boo does wanna book me, please contact Eric Sosa at [email protected]


David
Now a request/ You know I LOVE to dance. When can we bump and grind?


Wendy

There ain't no time like the now, boo!!! Bust a muthafuckin move!

What did I tell all you readers?


 She held the mic  turned the spot light onto my ONE MAN show. Then was like oh hells no this male HO aint stealing my SHOW... But still clapped in my favor in return made me want to meet her creator. The divine Wendy Jo Smith. We sat at a star bucks in midtown and talked for 2 hours as I danced, she laughed, we shared our issues, compliment our qualities... Then connected with what we have in common... I don't know everything but I do know Wendy Jo Smith is the only person I have ever met outside of my circle that is completely honest with herself and to quote her “character is an extension of self” ... That statement for me isn't just for entertainers it’s for all of us. We all have characters, I think it's very important that we become more aware of our-self because our character can be mistaken by others... When we are not honest with our-self... I got the enjoyment of being a part of the audience a few times at her show and her passion confidence and talents resonates into the crowed like cool wind blowing on a hot sweaty summer day.. it’s absolutely refreshing... I can't wait for the next time I can breathe in her HO aroma. Wendy Jo Smith thank you for your honesty and sharing your journey... Most for letting me dance on your stage... I wish you the best... come on ho's http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pc0mxOXbWIU&ob=av3el

Published on Dec 31, 1969

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