Wendy WilliamsWendy Williams revealed she sought treatment for Kevin Jr., (her fifteen-year-old son after his experience with synthetic marijuana left him “off the rails”) at Dr. Sebi’s clinic in Honduras.  You may recall, Dr. Sebi’s facility is where the late Lisa “Lefteye” Lopes was visiting before her unfortunate demise. 

The USHA Healing Village is world-renowned and highly regarded boasting sulfur-rich baths containing the highest levels of alkaline, possessing a pH greater-then 7.  A seven-day stay a the village runs $1,500 per person.

DR. SEBIDr. Sebi has cured people suffering with Aids, Cancer, Diabetes, Fibroids, Herpes, Drug Addiction, High Blood Pressure and etc. His Herbal products increases your engergy and boosts your immune system. Dr. Sebi’s products are manufactured and sold out of California. Some of you may have seen his healing retreat in Honduras on VH-1 in the program titled, “The Last Days of Left Eye”. Lisa Lopes was a very dear friend and client of Dr. Sebi, as was Michael Jackson, and many other stars from the world of entertainment. If you are interested in obtaining further information in regards to Dr. Sebi’s Herbal Products and the Healing Center in Honduras, please call his office. (310) 838.2490. or visit his website drsebiproducts.com


See Lisa “Lefteye” Lopes’ last visit to the USHA Healing Village before her untimely death, April 25, 2002.

Wendy seemed a bit apprehensive about divulging the location of her son’s treatment and rightfully so.  Dr. Sebi’s healing powers have come under scrutiny.  His wife and daughter have now taken the reigns and by all accounts, doing a phenomenal job.

Happy to hear they were able to heal little Kevin and Wendy found it in her heart to publicly credit the village for helping her beloved son!

Tags: Wendy Williams, Dr. Sebi, USHA Healing Village, Kevin Hunter Jr.

2 comments on “Wendy Williams Sought Treatment For Son at Dr. Sebi’s Facility”

  1. I’m extremely proud of Wendy on her journey knowledge will increase in so doing the masses will reap

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